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semantics of temporal aspect of English and Spanish verbs

M. J. Fernandez Gutierrez

semantics of temporal aspect of English and Spanish verbs

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementM.J. Fernandez Gutierrez ; supervised by Allan Ramsay.
ContributionsRamsay, Allan., Language Engineering.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16794032M


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semantics of temporal aspect of English and Spanish verbs by M. J. Fernandez Gutierrez Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Lexical Semantics of Verbs II: Aspectual Approaches to Lexical Semantic Representation 1 Aspectual Approaches: An Introduction As verbs denote events that take place in time, can verbs be differentiated according to how the events they denote take place in time.

THE PROPOSAL: The ontological types of events are determined by their temporal ~bclevin/   The approach taken here employs analytic techniques which have not been systematically applied before to this group of temporal aspectual verbs. In other works which have concentrated on these same verbs (perlmutter,and Newmeyer, a, b) few insights about the semantic properties of the verbs are ://   Lexical Semantics of Verbs IV: Aspectual Approaches to Lexical Semantic Representation Reading: DowtySection 4; Kearns ; L&RHSections 1 Aspectual approaches: An introduction As verbs denote events that take place in time, can verbs be differentiated according to how the events they denote take place in time?~bclevin/   English Verbs.

Unlike many other widely-spoken Indo-European languages such as Spanish and French, the English verb system is largely. periphrastic. Periphrasis, in contrast to inflection, is “a phrase of two or more words used to express a grammatical relationship that could otherwise be expressed by the inflection of a single word.” Get this from a library.

The Semantics of English Aspectual Complementation. [Alice F Freed] -- Complementation has received a great deal of attention in the past fifteen to twenty years; various approcahes have been used to study it and different groups of complement-taking verbs have been The progressive aspect in stative verbs, due to their semantic, and in achievement verbs, due to their occurrence at a single moment, is widely recognized as unacceptable and :// To account for the differences between English and Spanish in their temporal and aspectual systems, we adopt Giorgi & Pianesis () analysis of the parametric differences between Germanic and Romance, an analysis grounded in the theory of features and functional categories of   In her book, B.

Levin shows, for a large set of English verbs (about ), the correlations between the semantics of verbs and their syntactic behavior. More precisely, she shows that some facets of the semantics of verbs have strong correlations with the syntactic behavior of these verbs and with the interpretation of their   The lexical semantics of derived statives terms of value difference rather than temporal change.

These verbs are uniformly analyzed as intensional verbs that take functional arguments and /_The_lexical_semantics_of_derived_statives. LSA The Syntax and Semantics of Aspect June R. Bhatt and R. Pancheva 2 1. VIEWPOINT ASPECT Viewpoint aspect provides a temporal perspective on events: it locates events relative to a point-of-view (reference) time It’s all about the linguistic representation of events, not about the events’ inherent properties (4).