Search Results

1 - 10 of 13 items :

  • "temporality" x
  • General Linguistics x
Clear All
Temporality in Manyōshū

= subjunctive conjecture; SPEMPH = subjunctive poetic emphasis; TEMPART = temporal particle; TOM = Time Orientation Metaphor; TOP = topic. CDJJ – Comprehensive dictionary of Japanese after historical periods: Jōdai period (Jidai-betsu Kkokugo Dai-jiten: Jōdai-hen). DCJCT – A dictionary of Classical Japanese with complete translation (Zenyaku kogo jiten). GDJL – Great dictionary of Japanese language (Nihon kokugo dai-jiten). KGDCJ – Kadokawa Great Dictionary of Classical Japanese (Kadokawa Kogo Dai-jiten). PfM – 1000 poems from the Manyōshū: The complete

Open access
Perfect usage across languages

References Boogaart, R. (1999). Aspect and temporal ordering. A contrastive analysis of Dutch and English. (Doctoral dissertation). Free University, Amsterdam. Dahl, Ö. and Velupillai, V. (2013). The Perfect. In M. Dryer and M. Haspelmath (Eds.), The World Atlas of Language Structures Online. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. (Available online at Lindstedt, J. (2000). The perfect - aspectual, temporal and evidential. In Ö. Dahl (Ed.), Tense and aspect in the

Open access
Extraction out of adjectival secondary predicates in English and Spanish: A nanosyntactic account

reanalysis. The Linguistic Review, 6, 1-39. Demonte, V. 1991. Temporal and aspectual constraints on predicative APs. In H. Campos and F. Martínez-Gil (Eds.), Current studies in contemporary Romance linguistics (pp. 413-450). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Demonte, V. and Masullo, P. J. (1999). La predicación: Los complementos predicativos. In I. Bosque and V. Demonte (Eds.), Gramática descriptiva de la lengua española (pp. 2461-2525). Madrid: Espasa. Dowty, D. R. (1979). Word meaning and Montague grammar. Dordrecht: Reidel

Open access
Reverse perspective as a narrative technique in Amerindian prosaic texts

: temporality, aspectuality, modality, and the nature of narrative. In Herman, D. Narratologies: new perspectives on narrative analysis. Ohio State University: Columbus Press, p. 42-66. Momaday, N.S. (1969). The way to rainy mountain. New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press. Momaday, N.S. (1996). Interview. Sun Valley: Idaho. Momaday, N.S. (1998). House made of dawn. N.Y.: Harper and Row Publishers. Propp, V. (2011). Morphology of the folktale. Austin: University of Texas Press. Sandner, D

Open access
Where, why, and how? Topophones in Ray Bradbury's science fiction

aspektakh. Tezy dopovidej mizhvuzivs'koyi konferentsii . Kyyiv: Kyyivs'kyj derzhavnyj pedahohichnyj instytut inozemnykh mov, s. 49-51. / Новикова Н.М. Взаимодействие топонимической и антропоцентрической подструктур в структуре художественного текста. In Художній текст в культурному, філологічному та лінгвістичному аспектах . Тези доповідей міжвузівської конференції . Київ: Київський державний педагогічний інститут іноземних мов, с. 49-51. Ogneva, E.A. (2016). Spatio-temporal continuum as the base of text landscape model dynamics. In Net journal “Research result

Open access
American postmodern poetic texts: in search of rhythmicity

центр КНЛУ. Karpichenkova, E.P. (1981). The role of the temporal component in the rhythmic organization of the verse (phonetic research on the material of modern English poetry) . Thesis for the Candidate Degree in Philology, Speciality 10.02.04 – Germanic Languages. Moscow: Moscow Moris Torez State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages. / Karpichenkova, E.P. Rol’ temporal’nogo komponenta v ritmicheskoj organisatsii stikha (eksperymental’no-foneticheskoye issledovaniye na materiale sovremennoj anglijskoj poezii) . Dissertatsiya na soiskanie uchenoj

Open access
Resultative and goal phrases in Polish and English: Interaction with aspect

of aspectuality: The interaction between temporal and atemporal structure. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Washio, R. (1997). Resultatives, compositionality and language variation. Journal of East Asian Linguistics, 6, 1-49.

Open access
Conceptualization of motion in communicative space in English

Abbreviations Adj – adjective Cont – continuous G – goal Lim – limited N – noun Noncont – non-continuous O – object P – path Postpos – postposition Prep – preposition S – source Unlim – unlimited V – verb VCMS – verbal constructions of motion in space Vmov – verb of movement References Alcaraz-Carrión, D. & Valenzuela-Manzanares, J. (2017). Temporal co-speech gestures: a comparison between spatial and non-spatial temporal expressions. In Book of abstracts. International cognitive linguistics conference: linguistic

Open access
From defamiliarization to foregrounding and defeated expectancy: Linguo-stylistic and cognitive sketch

’ pryzmu teoriyi mental’nykh prostoriv. In Visnyk Luhans’koho natsionalnoho universytetu imeni Tarasa Shevchenko. Filologichni nauky , 14 (1), s. 28-32. / Давидюк Ю.Б. Ефект ошуканого очікування крізь призму теорії ментальних просторів. In Вісник Луганського національного університету імені Тараса Шевченка. Філологічні науки , 14 (1), с. 28-32. Davydyuk, Yu.B. (2015). Defeated expectancy in semantic, temporal, and plot structure in the English literary text . Thesis for the Candidate Degree in Philology, Speciality 10.02.04 – Germanic Languages. Kyiv: Kyiv

Open access
Autonomous metacommunicative lexicon and its specifics in manipulative discourse

meta-communicative lexicon of English. A contribution to historical pragmatics . Busse, U. & Hübler, A. (eds.). Amsterdam-Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, p. 111-128. Volkova, L.M. (1987). Semantics and pragmatics of particles in modern English (on the basis of particles with a temporal meaning) . Thesis for the Candidate Degree in Philology, Speciality 10.02.04 – Germanic Languages. Kiev: Kiev State Pedagogical University of Foreign Languages. / Volkova, L.M. Semantika i pragmatika chastits v sovremennom angliyskom yazyike (na materiale

Open access