2 edition of Verbal syntax and case in Icelandic, in a comparative GB approach found in the catalog.
Verbal syntax and case in Icelandic, in a comparative GB approach
HalldoМЃr AМЃrmann SigurГ°sson.
|Statement||Halldór Ármann Sigurðsson.|
|LC Classifications||PD2297 .H33 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 378 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||98110130|
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Verbal syntax and case in Icelandic: in a comparative GB approach / By Halldór Ármann. Sigurðsson. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Icelandic language, Icelandic language. Publisher: [Lund]: Dept. of Author: Halldór Ármann. Sigurðsson.
Halldór Ármann Sigurðsson: Verbal Syntax and Case in Icelandic, in a Comparative GB Approach (dissertation, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Halldór Briem, Ágrip af íslenskri málfraeði / (Reykjavík: PrentaĐ í FeĺagsprentsmiĐjunni, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
Contrary to previous claims, weather verbs in Icelandic are not “no-argument” predicates. Both in Old and Modern Icelandic they can appear with an NP either in nominative, accusative or dative case. It can be shown that in Modern Icelandic the NPs are subjects, and this is likely to have been the case in Old Icelandic.
Diachronically, in addition to some changes in subject case. This volume provides the most exhaustive and comprehensive treatment available of the Verb Second property, which has been a central topic in formal syntax for decades.
Rethinking Verb Second - Rebecca Woods; Sam Wolfe - Oxford University Press. Halldór Á. Sigurðsson: Verbal Syntax and Case in Icelandic. In a Comparative GB Approach; Halldór Halldórsson: Old Icelandic heiti in a comparative GB approach book Modern Icelandic; Helgi Guðmundsson: The Pronominal Dual in Icelandic; Helgi Haraldsson: Beygingartákn íslenskra orða.
Nafnorð; Hreinn Benediktsson: Linguistic Studies, Historical and Comparative. Halldór Ármann Sigurðsson, Lund University, Centre for Language and Literature, Faculty Member. Studies Languages and Linguistics, Linguistics, and Philosophy Of Language. Jóhanna Barðdal works at the Department of Linguistics, Ghent University.
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