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Syntactic discontinuous reduplication with antonymic pairs: a case study from Italian

Francesca Masini, Simone Mattiola
2021 Linguistics  
This construction is claimed to convey a general value of 'plurality' and to have developed a polysemy network of daughter constructions expressing more specific functions such as 'distributivity,' 'related  ...  Finally, we discuss SDRA-like patterns in other typologically different languages (Russian, Modern Hebrew, Mandarin Chinese, German), pointing out similarities and differences, and paving the way to a  ...  featuring semantically related elements, most notably synonyms but also items connected by other types of relationships, such as near-synonymy, subset, opposition.  ... 
doi:10.1515/ling-2021-0225 fatcat:7sogjc2ho5a7hlkku5amvdgfea

Book of Abstracts

2016 European journal of contraception & reproductive health care  
Typologically, some languages such as the prototypically verb-framed Spanish and French, could be said to prefer the covert strategy and languages such as Telugu and Tamil could be said to prefer the overt  ...  Against this backdrop, we provide an analysis of such variation using the framework of Holistic Spatial Semantics (Zlatev 2003; Blomberg 2014) , according to which a boundary-crossing reading can be expressed  ...  References What makes a meaning? The case of the Estonian perception verb nägema 'to see' Mariann Proos Perception verbs, like many other verbs, tend to be polysemous in nature.  ... 
doi:10.3109/13625187.2016.1165961 pmid:27142814 fatcat:ykzmt4rvvjcpjhemk2dvcg7t44

Language learning

2006 Language Teaching  
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism.  ...  This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship  ...  Since the variation observed is specifically restricted to irregular verbs in third person plural contexts, the findings are discussed with reference to the acquisition of (ir)regular verb morphology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806223851 fatcat:z3l74y2wm5gabopkhwyduszxxa

Language testing

2006 Language Teaching  
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism.  ...  This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship  ...  Since the variation observed is specifically restricted to irregular verbs in third person plural contexts, the findings are discussed with reference to the acquisition of (ir)regular verb morphology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806243854 fatcat:s66j7wgaobc2rh37j4uvvlo37u

Language teaching

2006 Language Teaching  
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism.  ...  This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship  ...  Since the variation observed is specifically restricted to irregular verbs in third person plural contexts, the findings are discussed with reference to the acquisition of (ir)regular verb morphology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806213855 fatcat:wtzkyv5fajdr5p4ocxswwjjkrm

Pragmatics

2006 Language Teaching  
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism.  ...  This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship  ...  Since the variation observed is specifically restricted to irregular verbs in third person plural contexts, the findings are discussed with reference to the acquisition of (ir)regular verb morphology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806293856 fatcat:5cdxezvajff3lcn5oz3yc6j3wa

Reading & writing

2006 Language Teaching  
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism.  ...  This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship  ...  Since the variation observed is specifically restricted to irregular verbs in third person plural contexts, the findings are discussed with reference to the acquisition of (ir)regular verb morphology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806233858 fatcat:5rbjxtal3rfnzero5hwrxssib4

Sociolinguistics

2006 Language Teaching  
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism.  ...  This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship  ...  Since the variation observed is specifically restricted to irregular verbs in third person plural contexts, the findings are discussed with reference to the acquisition of (ir)regular verb morphology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806273853 fatcat:mzx5kgyw7vcmxfwag5qer6ogl4

Bilingual education & bilingualism

2006 Language Teaching  
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism.  ...  This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship  ...  Since the variation observed is specifically restricted to irregular verbs in third person plural contexts, the findings are discussed with reference to the acquisition of (ir)regular verb morphology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806263857 fatcat:bwos7h34crdxjbfui36iavwkk4

Applied linguistics

2006 Language Teaching  
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism.  ...  This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship  ...  Since the variation observed is specifically restricted to irregular verbs in third person plural contexts, the findings are discussed with reference to the acquisition of (ir)regular verb morphology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s026144480628385x fatcat:hasyrtvu4zggvedjy43hwoefvy

Teacher education

2006 Language Teaching  
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism.  ...  This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship  ...  Since the variation observed is specifically restricted to irregular verbs in third person plural contexts, the findings are discussed with reference to the acquisition of (ir)regular verb morphology.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806253850 fatcat:q767oc2ajnbo3brjtg3l5b57w4

Variable Lexicalization of Dynamic Events in Language Production: A Comparison of Monolingual and Bilingual Speakers of French and English

Julia Peters
2010
To begin with, I'd like to extend a huge thank you to my family for their emotional support at each step of the process.  ...  The bilingual group was also subdivided based on language dominance. A range of different analyses were conducted. A framework is established for interpreting the data.  ...  The instructions for this part of the experiment first described the nature of near-synonymy and then explained what the participant's task was with regard to the pair of words.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r31p9g fatcat:gjifgn3itzef5ikn73phm2ks5a

From the Field to the World

Naomi Fox, Steven Moran
2008
Acknowledgements We would like to thank the following people for contributing their time and expertise to the organization and execution of a successful 24 th Northwest Linguistics Conference: Malagasy  ...  Diana Boxer for her encouragement and comments on this paper, to Elinore Fresh and her students for their generous cooperation of the data collection, to David Hickey for his comments.  ...  While there are now several published BP studies in the domains of (near) synonymy and antonymy (cf.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-132357 fatcat:7te6saxmgfaipbn3rp3fad4v2q

Proceedings of the 24th Northwest Linguistics Conference

S.N.
2008
Acknowledgements We would like to thank the following people for contributing their time and expertise to the organization and execution of a successful 24 th Northwest Linguistics Conference: Malagasy  ...  Diana Boxer for her encouragement and comments on this paper, to Elinore Fresh and her students for their generous cooperation of the data collection, to David Hickey for his comments.  ...  While there are now several published BP studies in the domains of (near) synonymy and antonymy (cf.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-84678 fatcat:h45r7cjt4fe5losw3a7mspxf3y

Computational approaches to semantic change

(:Unkn) Unknown, Universitätsbibliothek Der FU Berlin, Nina Tahmasebi, Lars Borin, Adam Jatowt, Yang Xu, Simon Hengchen
2021
Ever since, the study of semantic change has progressed steadily, accumulating a vast store of knowledge for over a century, encompassing many languages and language families.  ...  Compared to changes in sound and grammar, semantic change is the least understood.  ...  The authors wish to thank the Department of Literature, History of Ideas, and Religion at the University of Gothenburg for providing financial support for language editing services.  ... 
doi:10.17169/refubium-32258 fatcat:3ho6mc4by5e2lffgr3g3hditgm
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