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Interaction of derivational morphology and syntax in Japanese and English

by Yoko Sugioka

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Published by Garland in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japanese language -- Morphology.,
  • Japanese language -- Syntax.,
  • English language -- Morphology.,
  • English language -- Syntax.,
  • Lexicology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementYoko Sugioka.
    SeriesOutstanding dissertations in linguistics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL559 .S8 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 243 p. ;
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2549042M
    ISBN 100824054784
    LC Control Number85031112

    In 'A-Morphous Morphology', Stephen Anderson presents a theory of word structure which relates to a full generative grammar of language. He holds word structure to be the result of interacting principles from a number of grammatical areas, and thus not localized in a single morphological component. Dispensing with classical morphemes, the theory instead treats morphology as a matter of rule.   Rent or buy Interaction of Derivational Morphology and Syntax in Japanese and English -

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Interaction of derivational morphology and syntax in Japanese and English by Yoko Sugioka Download PDF EPUB FB2

Originally published inthis book discusses how the proper boundary between the lexicon and syntax should be defined and examines various word formation processes in Japanese and English which involve some interaction of morphology and syntax.

It also questions the plausibility of the lexicalist hypothesis as a theory of universal by: 2. It looks at deverbal nominals and compounds in English and Japanese, and describes their similarities and differences.

The book deals with nominalization and verbalization of adjectives in the two languages and also discusses in particular the important role argument structure plays in morphological derivations. In Japanese, where verbal morphology exhibits typical agglutinative mode of concatenation, however, a large number of suffixes were shown in the remaining chapters to have a phrasal scope.

The book argues that one difference between Japanese and English is the lack of the lexical intransitivization rule in the former, and that the difference is reflected in the types of deverbal nominal compounds of.

Interaction of Derivational Morphology and Syntax in Japanese and English 1st Edition. By Yoko Sugioka. Originally published inthis book discusses how the proper boundary between the lexicon and syntax should be defined and examines various word formation processes in Japanese and English which involve some interaction of morphology and syntax.

Interaction of Derivational Morphology and Syntax in Japanese and English. Originally published inthis book discusses how the proper boundary between the lexicon and syntax should be defined Released on: The construal phenomena that seem to motivate an analysis of Japanese causatives in terms of embedded constituent structures can be explained in terms of hierarchical lexical argument structures.

This chapter examines derivational morphology involving adjectives as base. It discusses general problems regarding argument structure of adjectives in English followed by discussion on how argument structure is reflected in the nominalization and the compound formation of : Yoko Sugioka.

English derivational morphology, that is, the basic units of word formation and the principles governing their combination, has drawn increasing attention from researchers in linguistics, psychology, and reading over the past ten years.

The findings indicate that knowledge of derivational. Using data from a variety of languages, this book investigates the place of clitics in the theory of language structure, and their implications for the relationships between syntax, morphology and.

The book is composed of 15 chapters of roughly the same volume, each of which may be adequate as a part of the material for a week primary course in English Morphology. Originally published inthis book discusses how the proper boundary between the lexicon and syntax should be defined and examines various word formation processes in Japanese and English which involve some interaction of morphology and syntax.

It also questions the plausibility of the. Japanese Morphology V1 -te V2 "te form" of a verb is used to express many things in Japanese, such as commands, progressive tense, passive voice, permission, and so on. 1.) Tabe-te miru To eat to try-PRES ‘To try to eat’ 2.) Ma-tte iru To wait to be-PRES ‘To be waiting’ When.

Butler English: Morphology and syntax. Book. Interaction of Derivational Morphology and Syntax in Japanese and English. November Yoko Sugioka; Read more. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sugioka, Yoko.

Interaction of derivational morphology and syntax in Japanese and English. New York: Garland,©   The tense on a verb is also inflectional morphology.

For many English verbs, the past tense is spelled with an –ed, (walked, cooked, climbed) but there are also many English verbs where the tense inflection is indicated with a change in the vowel of the verb (sang, wrote, ate).

English does not have a bound morpheme that indicates future tense, but many languages : Catherine Anderson. syntax in accounting for various fundamental properties of morphological processes.

The purpose of this volume is to provide an overview of some of the most relevant aspects concerning the connection between syntax and morphology by offering a representative sample of the latest work on the morphology-syntax interface.

An Introduction to English Morphology Andrew Carstairs-McCarthy both new and old questions that arise from the study of morphology and its interaction with syntax and the lexicon, even if I cannot claim to have As befits a book aimed at students of English rather than linguistics students, references to the technical literature are.

Sells, P. () "Korean and Japanese morphology from a lexical perspective," Linguistic InquiryHamano, S. () The Sound-Symbolic System of Japanese, CSLI.

[Chapter 2: An overview of the sound-symbolic system, ] Sugioka, Y. () Interaction of Derivational Morphology and Syntax in Japanese and English. Derivational patterns. Derivational morphology often involves the addition of a derivational suffix or other affix.

Such an affix usually applies to words of one lexical category (part of speech) and changes them into words of another such category. For example, the English derivational suffix -ly changes adjectives into adverbs (slow → slowly).

On the interaction of morphology and syntax / between languages like English and languages like Ojibwa It is assumed that all word formation processes--derivational and inflectional--take.

Morphology is a lively, comprehensive introduction to morphological theory and analysis in contemporary generative grammar. It is designed to take absolute beginners to a point where they can approach the current literature in the subject.

It contains numerous in-text exercises which involve the reader in doing morphology by formulating hypotheses and testing them against data from English 4/5(3).Morphology is a comprehensive introduction to contemporary morphological theory and analysis in generative grammar.

It contains numerous in-text exercises which involve the reader in doing morphology by analysing data from English and numerous other languages.

The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 surveys traditional notions of word-structure which remain fundamental to .Rent or buy Interaction of Derivational Morphology and Syntax in Japanese and English - GET EXCLUSIVE OFFERS.

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