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Appositions Versus Double Subject Sentences – What Information the Speech Analysis Brings to a Grammar Debate [chapter]

Horia-Nicolai Teodorescu, Diana Trandabăţ
Text, Speech and Dialogue  
This paper brings a fresh gleam of light over the debate, by presenting what we believe to be the first study on the phonetic analysis of double-subject sentences in order to account for its difference  ...  We propose a method based on spoken language analysis to deal with controversial syntactic issues; we apply the method to the problem of the double subject sentences in the Romanian language.  ...  This research is part of the Romanian Academy "priority research" topic "Cognitive Systems".  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-74628-7_38 dblp:conf/tsd/TeodorescuT07 fatcat:vpujpwmotfei5icmra6afsegcq

Demonstrative clefts and double cleft constructions in spontaneous spoken English

Andreea S. Calude
2008 Studia Linguistica  
The paper also discusses a related construction, termed here double cleft, which exhibits syntactic un-integratedness, as in thatÕs what youÕre supposed to do is rest and this is where he went is Auckland  ...  In particular, I would like to acknowledge their contribution to section 4, and thank them for pointing me to the studies which analyse the double cleft construction.  ...  One question to be asked is how does the examination of constructions such as demonstrative clefts and double clefts impact (if at all) on the debate regarding the number of grammars speakers and writers  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9582.2007.00140.x fatcat:cu3uhob5krgd3hw2lao3nzoize

Preliminary Analysis of a Breadth-First Parsing Algorithm: Theoretical and Experimental Results [chapter]

W. A. Martin, K. W. Church, R. S. Patil
1987 Natural Language Parsing Systems  
To move from the LADDER-TODS to the MALHOTRA corpus required an approximate doubling of our code.  ...  to a deletion analysis.  ...  The symbol ""is used when EQSP was unable to produce results in a reasonable amount of time and space. 12 3.4 What was the percentage of overhead costs to total sales for the last five years?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-83030-3_8 fatcat:amej3jjlezduzluacbvyhle3iu

Abstracts of Plenary Sessions

1988 Journal of human nutrition and dietetics (Print)  
Cognition: situation core and participants related to it by cognitive roles.  ...  Cognitive roles, participant roles and syntactic relations Participant relations are analyzed at the following levels: 1.  ...  This paper advocates an approach to the analysis of syntactic functions that allows topology (the study of "the places" (topoï) of a sentence, i.e. its positions) to play a major part in the analysis of  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-277x.1988.tb00199.x fatcat:z7nbxaiblzdwbec5t6yhqv5lai

Abstracts of Plenary Sessions

1977 Cardiology  
Cognition: situation core and participants related to it by cognitive roles.  ...  Cognitive roles, participant roles and syntactic relations Participant relations are analyzed at the following levels: 1.  ...  This paper advocates an approach to the analysis of syntactic functions that allows topology (the study of "the places" (topoï) of a sentence, i.e. its positions) to play a major part in the analysis of  ... 
doi:10.1159/000169845 pmid:25713 fatcat:zgcksmisezf33os4ejndcxcqpq

Writing Differences in Teacher Performance Assessments: An Investigation of African American Language and Edited American English

Michelle Y. Szpara, E. Caroline Wylie
2008 Applied Linguistics  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wish to extend thanks to the members of the national expert panel, including Dr Carolyn Adger and Dr Judith Diamondstone, who guided the development of the coding frame and  ...  and speech code errors (grammar and spelling).  ...  For this analysis, irregular verbs in non-EAE form are designated as speech code errors.  ... 
doi:10.1093/applin/amm003 fatcat:fkt52bh7ujehhk7hfmy3yeofxa

Sverker Johansson, Origins of language: constraints on hypotheses (Converging Evidence in Language and Communication Research 5 ). Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2005. Pp. xi+345

MAGGIE TALLERMAN
2006 Journal of Linguistics  
Welsh is a Verb-Subject-Object (VSO) language ; that is, in finite sentences the verb precedes both the subject and the object. Non-finite clauses, on the other hand, have Subject-Verb word order.  ...  It provides a formal analysis of the Welsh data in the framework of Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar and compares it with approaches using the Principles and Parameters framework.  ...  When multiple negative dependents are combined in a single clause, the sentence can have either a single or a double negation reading, as illustrated in (10). (10) Informal Welsh Dw i erioed wedi gweld  ... 
doi:10.1017/s002222670629409x fatcat:4ield5d7ebdr5lpvmfga3o2z3i

Subject-Verb Agreement with Coordinated Subjects in Ancient Greek

Francesco Mambrini, Marco Passarotti
2016 Journal of Greek Linguistics  
In spite of the amount of information that can be read on this topic in grammars of Ancient Greek, much is still to be known even at a general descriptive level.  ...  In this paper, we focus on a special domain of agreement (subject and verb agreement) and on one morphological feature that is expected to covary (number).  ...  In speech, syntactic coherence tends to work on a smaller scale than a complete sentence, and to be confined to smaller information units (Bakker 1990 ). ra and pa in Homer differ precisely on the boundaries  ... 
doi:10.1163/15699846-01601003 fatcat:lthb7vjpxjdirdrgm46vy7wnsa

Culminating and non-culminating accomplishments in Malagasy

Ileana Paul, Baholisoa Simone Ralalaoherivony, Henriëtte de Swart
2020 Linguistics  
The embedding of double prevention in a force-theoretic framework leads to a more fine-grained theory of causation, which the Malagasy data show to have empirical relevance.  ...  The double prevention configuration is associated with a circumstantial modal base, which leads to culminating readings in the past and future, but not the present tense.  ...  There is also debate concerning the status of what we call the subject, as either an A or A-bar element (see e.g., Pearson 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.1515/ling-2020-0184 fatcat:sg2meoqkzjbatcerb7bgcjab3a

National Security Agency [chapter]

Joseph Fitsanakis
2007 The History of Information Security  
(U) Use bring to indicate movement toward the speaker: Bring me a cup of tea, please.  ...  Grammar ... follows the general scientific method of reporting not what ought to be but what is ...  ...  (U) The "rule" was first stated in the 17th century by John Wallis in a grammar written in Latin for foreigners. But the "rule" did not reflect the general practice of his times or of earlier times.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-044451608-4/50019-5 fatcat:lfoqc2ejnfgd3orapkmqi3eyv4

WRITING DIFFERENCES IN TEACHER PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENTS: USE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN LANGUAGE

E. Caroline Wylie, Michelle Y. Szpara
2003 ETS Research Report Series  
The coding frame identified features of African American Language (AAL) and Speech Code Errors (SCE).  ...  The use of features other than Edited American English was examined as a possible source of construct-irrelevant variance in assessors' scoring judgments.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors wish to extend thanks to Dr. Carolyn Adger of the Center for Applied Linguistics, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2333-8504.2003.tb01918.x fatcat:2utit4tfz5hnlecd4q5hamg2ou

Quantitative Linguistic Investigations across Universal Dependencies Treebanks [chapter]

Chiara Alzetta, Felice Dell'Orletta, Simonetta Montemagni, Petya Osenova, Kiril Simov, Giulia Venturi
2020 Proceedings of the Seventh Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics CLiC-it 2020  
Because the potential audience and submissions to the four events were likely to have substantial overlap, we decided to have a single reviewing process for the whole SyntaxFest.  ...  Moreover, in order to create a point of contact with the large community working in quantitative linguistics it seemed expedient to create a workshop dedicated to quantitative syntactic measures on treebanks  ...  Thanks are due to the parents and children who participated in the observational studies, and to the researchers who contributed the corpora to the CHILDES archive.  ... 
doi:10.4000/books.aaccademia.8210 fatcat:ctirgjeeirccbgy6aen5ufd7pe

Explaining Russian-German code-mixing: A usage-based approach [article]

Nikolay Hakimov
2021 Zenodo  
This book is the first to systematically explore the factor usage frequency in a corpus of bilingual speech.  ...  The two aims are (i) to describe and analyze the variation in mixing patterns in the speech of Russian German adolescents and young adults in Germany, and (ii) to propose and test usage-based explanations  ...  A lot of people have contributed to the success of this work and I am happy to have the opportunity to thank them. First  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5589445 fatcat:qcpjpcxzzvarxdkle7v2ctbzdu

Information Structure in Russian Sign Language and Sign Language of the Netherlands: (University of Amsterdam, 2014)

Vadim Kimmelman
2015 Sign Language and Linguistics  
However, it is still possible to bring sign languages into the typological debate.  ...  However, doubling is certainly a part of the grammar of the sign languages in question.  ... 
doi:10.1075/sll.18.1.06kim fatcat:dztgoc6k2nay3pfse2g4ug5j2m

Applied linguistics

2006 Language Teaching  
(ii) What insight does the adoption of a theory of Universal Grammar bring to understanding the processes involved, the course of development over time and the nature of the end state grammars that learners  ...  A qualitative, micro-level analysis is carried out on the speech of two older working-class male informants, one from each of the cities of Nancy and Rennes.  ...  However, it is still debated to what extent a potential critical period for L2 acquisition, as opposed to the attained proficiency level in the L2, contributes to the pattern of results reported in previous  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806283708 fatcat:awnbuk63kzenbf2usbjmjtst6i
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