Catalan journal of linguistics

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5 p, 46.7 KB Index
2004
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 3 (2004) , p. 1-5  
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5 p, 25.5 KB Introduction : The Semantics of Nominals / Espinal, M. Teresa (Maria Teresa) (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana) ; McNally; Louise (Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Departament de Traducció i Filologia)
2004
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 3 (2004) , p. 7-11  
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29 p, 114.2 KB Lexicalization of Light Verb Structures and the Semantics of Nouns / Espinal, M. Teresa (Maria Teresa) (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana)
In this study I shall focus on two Romance idiomatic patterns and the semantics of nouns. It is shown that idioms, in addition to having distinct basic argument structure representations, are formed in syntax by various instantiations of Merge. [...]
2004
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 3 (2004) , p. 15-43  
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29 p, 125.7 KB Incorporation, Plurality, and the Incorporation of Plurals : a Dynamic Approach / Farkas, Donka K. (University of California. Department of Linguistics) ; de Swart, Henriëtte (Utrecht University. Department of French)
This paper deals with the semantic properties of incorporated nominals that are present at clausal syntax. Such nominals exhibit a complex cluster of semantic properties, ranging from argument structure, scope, and number to discourse transparency. [...]
2004
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 3 (2004) , p. 45-73  
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40 p, 168.0 KB Specificity and Differential Object Marking in Spanish / Leonetti, Manuel (Universidad de Alcalá. Departamento de Filología)
The use of the preposition a with direct objects in Spanish is a well known instance of the general phenomenon of Differential Object Marking (DOM). In Spanish grammars the insertion of a is usually presented as dependent on two basic factors: animacy and referentiality/specificity. [...]
2004
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 3 (2004) , p. 75-114  
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19 p, 83.7 KB Bare Plurals in Spanish are Interpreted as Properties / McNally, Louise (Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Departament de Traducció i Filologia)
In this paper, I argue that bare plural noun phrases in Spanish unambiguously denote properties of individuals. I begin by using evidence from their incompatibility with kind-level predicates to show that Spanish bare plurals do not denote kinds. [...]
2004
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 3 (2004) , p. 115-133  
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12 p, 49.9 KB Functional Entities -and that ain't the half of it! / Ojeda, Almerindo E. (University of California. Linguistics Department)
Like many other languages, Spanish may specify fractionary nouns with definite articles (cf. la mitad). This fact seems to violate the presupposition of uniqueness generally assigned to the definite article, as no fraction may exist without another one (halves, in particular, come in pairs). [...]
2004
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 3 (2004) , p. 135-146  
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32 p, 138.4 KB Intensional Noun Phrases with know and be / Romero, Maribel (University of Pennsylvania. Department of Linguistics)
Following Romero (2003), this paper develops a unified analysis of two types of N(oun) P(hrase)s: concealed question NPs with know and NP subjects of specificational sentences with be. It is argued that both epistemic know and specificational be are intensional verbs requiring an intensional semantic argument. [...]
2004
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 3 (2004) , p. 147-178  
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3 p, 15.8 KB Resums
2004
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 3 (2004) , p. 179-181  

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