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Nominalization and complementation in modern German. by Helmut Esau

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Published by North-Holland Pub. Co., American Elsevier Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • German language -- Noun.,
  • German language -- Word formation.,
  • German language -- Syntax.,
  • German language -- Complement.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[By] H. Esau.
SeriesNorth-Holland linguistic series,, 10
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPF3201 .E8 1973
The Physical Object
Pagination314 p.
Number of Pages314
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5439043M
ISBN 100444105840
LC Control Number73088162

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  This paper presents a preliminary investigation of nominalization and relativization in Tujia from a typological perspective. We show that there are several nominalizers in Tujia, only two of which are multifunctional: ɕi and ɲie. ɕi can function as a nominalizer, a relativizer, a complementizer, a converbal clause marker or a stance marker. ɲie can function as a genitive marker, a. Nominalisations are nouns derived from verbs or adjectives (consideration, applicability). Overuse can make your writing pompous. Learn how to change them. On the basis of an extensive corpus analysis, this paper investigates how cognitive, cultural, and language-internal factors conspire in the diachronic development of German nominalization patterns. nominals / nominalization processes, based on the difference between gerundive nominals (2b) and derived nominals (2c), even though both might be derived by the same underlying verb (2a): (2) a. John criticized the book. b. John’s criticizing the book. c. (John’s criticism of the book. Chomsky ).