3 edition of Localist case grammar and Philippine verbs found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 54-55).
|Other titles||Localist case grammar & Philippine verbs|
|Statement||edited by Sherri Brainard.|
|Series||Special monograph issue / Linguistic Society of the Philippines ;, no. 45, Philippine journal of linguistics., no. 45.|
|Contributions||Brainard, Sherri., Linguistic Society of the Philippines.|
|LC Classifications||PL5509 .L63 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||99918715|
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Book Description A study of the different roles which nouns play in the event or state expressed by the verb or adjective with which they are associated. The book explores within the framework of transformational-generative grammar the 'localist hypothesis', which asserts that all the roles for nouns involve basically the notions of location and by: Book article.
Subject: Verbal semantics. Case Grammar. Nature of Work: Text. Part Of: Localist case grammar and Philippine verbs - Brainard, Sherri, editor - Part Of: Localist case grammar and Philippine verbs, Sherri Brainard (ed.) Part of Series: Linguistic Society of the Philippines, Special Monograph Issue A study of the different roles which nouns play in the event or state expressed by the verb or adjective with which they are associated.
The book explores within the framework of transformational-generative grammar the 'localist hypothesis', which asserts that all the roles for nouns involve basically the notions of location and direction.
The Big Book of English Verbs also has a list of all complement types that are used by each verb, as well as all the common phrasal verb constructions that the verb can be used with in a sentence.
The CD-ROM contains more than interactive practice exercises, plus diagnostic and review tests to assess competency/5(24). As is common in many Philippine languages, an Agent can be added to the cognitive event schema for semantically intransitive motion verbs, resulting in the Sherri Brainard, ed.
Localist case grammar and Philippine verbs. Manila: Linguistic Society of the Philippines. This includes all of the bidirectional verbs in Eastern Bontoc identified to date Sherri Brainard, ed.
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