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Interaction grammar for the Persian language

Masood Ghayoomi, Bruno Guillaume
2009 Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Asian Language Resources - ALR7   unpublished
In this paper we propose a modelization of the construction of Persian noun and adjectival phrases in a phrase structure grammar.  ...  This modelization uses the Interaction Grammar (IG) formalism by taking advantage of the polarities on features and tree descriptions for the various constructions that we studied.  ...  Among various constituencies in the language, we have focused on the construction of Persian noun phrases and adjectival phrases as the first step to build a grammar for this language.  ... 
doi:10.3115/1690299.1690315 fatcat:6ej6s7mckfae3di2yfaisaqiou

Grammatical Encoding in Bilingual Language Production: A Focus on Code-switching

Mehdi Purmohammad
2015 Frontiers in Psychology  
In the non-switch condition in Experiments 1 and 2, Persian-English bilinguals described pictures using an adjective-noun string from the same language requested.  ...  In the switch condition in Experiment 3, participants used only the adjective of a noun phrase from the other language.  ...  In each experiment, 32 highly frequent nouns (16 nouns for the English set and 16 nouns for the Persian set) and 32 highly frequent adjectives (16 adjectives for the English set and 16 adjectives for the  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01797 pmid:26635695 pmcid:PMC4659875 fatcat:mqxztyjtq5a2nbcp2wuf65tewy

Studies of particular languages

1977 Language Teaching  
the country, and (3) English, for formal and written communication throughout the country.  ...  English in Africa is not only the language of international interaction but plays an indispensable international role in the individual nation states.  ...  and noun phrases, and by stress.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800003335 fatcat:bs427liq3rg2hkvvmtr2ia2nku

Page 1478 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 29, Issue 3 [page]

1995 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
A., The Electronic Word, Democracy, Technology and the Arts computer version reviewed; 9505697 media English as a second language reading class, Japanese university, mainframe use; 9504652 print media  ...  + country/ island/continent name correspondences, automated lexical represen- tations; 9505371 German als ‘as’ noun phrases, X-bar theory-based analysis, noun case assignment proposals; 9505407 Late Middle  ... 

The CoreGram project: theoretical linguistics, theory development and verification

Stefan Müller
2015 Journal of Language Modelling  
and of the constraints holding for human language in general or for certain language groups.  ...  with other multilingual grammar engineering projects. overview and motivation The goal of the CoreGram project is to contribute to a better understanding of the constraints for specific human languages  ...  Instead of using the category Persian Noun one could assign objects of the respective class to the class noun and add a feature language with the value persian.  ... 
doi:10.15398/jlm.v3i1.91 fatcat:syqpalp7fvdwbionla3szotggm

Page 2329 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 27, Issue 4 [page]

1993 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
W., Peirce and Triadomania: A Walk in the Semiotic Wilderness reviewed; 9310496 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania German pronominal system/incipient change, noun ae category reference, es ‘it’-sie ‘she’ replacement  ...  Persian intransitive verbs, aspectual analysis; 9309459 phrase interpretation, Mamluk-Kipchak translation of Persian Gulistan, 9309792 word recognition lateralization assessment, cross-linguistic models  ... 

Typology of nominal and adjectival suppletion

Ghazaleh Vafaeian
2014 Language Typology and Universals  
STUF" is a forum for scholarly articles in the realm of linguistic typology and universals research.  ...  The journal covers original empirical and/or theoretical studies of the structural diversity and/or of the invariants of human language(s).  ...  In the present investigation, the additional 29 languages were searched for suppletive nouns, and if the language exhibited an adjectival class, also for suppletive adjectives.  ... 
doi:10.1515/stuf-2014-0022 fatcat:hok53fnt4va43nxdey5jbkab2q

Typology of nominal and adjectival suppletion

Ghazaleh Vafaeian
2013 Language Typology and Universals  
AbstractThis article presents a sample-based typological account of suppletion in nouns and adjectives.  ...  It is demonstrated that nominal suppletion is not a rare phenomenon and most commonly involves the feature  ...  In the present investigation, the additional 29 languages were searched for suppletive nouns, and if the language exhibited an adjectival class, also for suppletive adjectives.  ... 
doi:10.1524/stuf.2013.0007 fatcat:brz565sj3zeadoxpqe2nbvh3fm

Headlines in The Guardian editorials: the syntax and semantics of noun phrases

Larysa Pavlenko
2021 Language classic - modern - postmodern  
The article examines the frequency and diversity of eight noun phrase patterns and gives structural and functional analysis of their constituents.  ...  The author studies how categorial features of nouns, adjectives, and prepositions manifest themselves on a phrase level. Three types of semantic relations between noun-noun components are defined.  ...  It is a challenging task for both parties as headlines often follow the specific grammar, use figurative language, and implement persuasion strategies.  ... 
doi:10.18523/lcmp2522-9281.2021.7.122-142 fatcat:lj2gq6fxurgflclo74mhe2iolq

Noun Phrase or Compound Noun? An Investigation of N + A and N + N Boundary Cases in Persian

Shahram Peyman, Vali Rezai
2016 Theory and Practice in Language Studies  
The present study seeks to investigate the demarcation between noun phrases (NPs) and compound nouns (CNs) in Persian at the syntax-morphology interface.  ...  N + A, N + N, with special focus on boundary cases, i.e. the intermediate constructs which possess some properties of both NPs and CNs simultaneously and thus demonstrate contradictory reactions to the  ...  The autonomy of language modules, however, does not mean that the interactions and interfaces among these modules should be neglected.  ... 
doi:10.17507/tpls.0608.25 fatcat:jqiodvi7trakpjrnen65n5oamq

The Classification of Constituent Order Generalizations and Diachronic Explanation [chapter]

John Whitman
2008 Linguistic Universals and Language Change  
figures were obtained using the extremely useful interactive CD accompanying Haspelmath et al (2005) , which allows searches for combined features such as constituent order and position of wh-phrase.  ...  Table 1 . 1 If a language has dominant SOV order and the genitive follows the governing noun, then the adjective likewise follows the noun.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199298495.003.0010 fatcat:eithypicf5e2vnuc2ykcs2tbrm

Layered, zippered and buttoned: the importation of Hebrew into "Dos Yidishe Vort"

Zelda Kahan Newman
2008 Journal of Language Contact  
Turkish and Persian Muslims have vernaculars (Turkish and Persian) that belong to a language family that is different from the language family of their sacred language (Arabic).  ...  (loshn-koydesh noun) and dangers (Yiddish noun)". 21 In DYV, the tendency in an "X un Y" phrase is for both X and Y to be Hebrew or loshn-koydesh nouns.  ... 
doi:10.1163/000000008792512538 fatcat:knmpyf7jvbfdbh5iavn24kkkhu

A head-driven phrase structure grammar for Maltese [chapter]

Stefan Müller
2009 Studies in Language Companion Series  
For instance there are mixed languages like Persian that allow some heads to the left of their arguments and some heads to the right (Prepositional phrases are head initial and verb phrases are head final  ...  The grammars of German, Danish, Persian, Maltese, and Mandarin Chinese are of nontrivial size and can be downloaded at http://hpsg.fu-berlin.de/Projects/core.html.  ... 
doi:10.1075/slcs.113.10mul fatcat:za2hqnofjfcapjf2pbxel44534

An Investigation of the Frequency of Occurrence of Passive Structures in Classical and Modern Persian Literature

Ahmad Sabouri Kashani, Marzie Taheri, Elham Fallah, Fatemeh Niknezhad, Saeideh Mansouri, Farzad Mahmoudi, Maryam Bagheri, Fereshte Rahnavard
2016 Journal of Language Teaching and Research  
of their language use.  ...  This paper investigates the frequency of occurrence of the passive and impersonal structures at two different periods of Persian literature, namely, classic and modern literature to decide on the tendency  ...  Passive Structures in Traditional Grammar In the earliest traditional grammar for Persian language, a distinction was made between active and passive cases.  ... 
doi:10.17507/jltr.0706.16 fatcat:dz7dwr274vgh5fevzb7qhno6x4

Unorthodox Agreement in Turkish Copular Sentences

Seyyit Talha Bedir
2021 Proceedings of the Workshop on Turkic and Languages in Contact with Turkic  
Turkish verbs agree with the subject in almost all cases. The same goes for the copular adjectival or nominal structures.  ...  Some features had been proposed in order to account for the different behavior of the persons, most famous of which being Harley & Ritter's (2002) three-way feature system.  ...  Whereas some languages like English and French show strict NP1 agreement, i.e., always agreeing with the first noun phrase, some languages like Spanish, Italian, Serbian, Persian and Turkish may show NP2  ... 
doi:10.3765/ptu.v6i1.5058 fatcat:24nxcsc6tfduxj6la3ojwepjeq
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