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Newest trends in the study of grammaticalization and lexicalization in Chinese

Author: Janet Zhiqun Xing
Publisher: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Mouton, ©2012.
Series: Trends in linguistics., Studies and monographs ;, 236.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Based on Chinese historical data collected over the past three thousand years, the articles in the volume investigate the development of new grammatical categories and the process of lexicalization  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Janet Zhiqun Xing
ISBN: 9783110252996 3110252996
OCLC Number: 747314110
Description: 306 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: development of the Chinese aspectual sentence-final marker ye / Qianrui Chen --
emergence of a definite article in Beijing Mandarin: The evolution of the proximal demonstrative zhe / Mei Fang --
grammaticalization of the directional verb `lai': A construction grammar approach / Cheng-hui Liu --
degree-evaluative construction: Grammaticalization in constructionalization / Chun Chang --
semantic historical development of modal verbs of volition in Chinese / Ming Li --
Semantic change in the grammaticalization of classifiers in Mandarin Chinese / Janet Zhiqun Xing --
repeater in Chinese and other languages / Cheng Zhang --
Lexicalization in the history of the Chinese language / Xiufang Dong --
Argument structure change, reanalysis and lexicalization: Grammaticalization of transitive verbs into ditransitive verbs in Chinese, Japanese and English / Feng-fu Tsao.
Series Title: Trends in linguistics., Studies and monographs ;, 236.
Responsibility: edited by Janet Zhiqun Xing.
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"Nonetheless, all of the articles are important contributions to the corpus ofwork on diachronic change in Chinese. They expand the understanding of Western scholars interested in the history of the Read more...

 
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