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Complex predicates : verbal complexes, resultative constructions, and particle verbs in German

Author: Stefan Müller
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : CSLI Publications, ©2002.
Series: Studies in constraint-based lexicalism.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Examines a number of linguistic phenomena - including auxiliary and verb combinations, causative constructions, depictive secondary predicates, and particle and verb combinations - and uses scrambling and fronting data to determine that all except the depictive secondary predicates should be treated as complex predicates.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Müller
ISBN: 1575863855 9781575863856 1575863863 9781575863863
OCLC Number: 50639138
Description: xiii, 468 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Background: The German Sentence Structure --
2. The Predicate Complex, Control, and Raising --
3. Passive --
4. Depictive Secondary Predicates --
5. Resultative Secondary Predicates --
6. Particle Verbs --
7. A Comparison with Other Approaches to Complex Predicates --
8. Summary.
Series Title: Studies in constraint-based lexicalism.
Responsibility: Stefan Müller.
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Abstract:

Examines a number of linguistic phenomena - including auxiliary and verb combinations, causative constructions, depictive secondary predicates, and particle and verb combinations - and uses scrambling and fronting data to determine that all except the depictive secondary predicates should be treated as complex predicates.

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