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Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2019]
ix, 447 stran ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-90-272-0345-8 (vázáno)
Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 429-438, bibliografické odkazy a rejstříky
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Table of contents // CHAPTER 1 // Some concepts of syntactic theory // 1.1 Overview i // 1.2 Constituents and some tests that identify them 2 // 1.3 Phrases 6 // 1.4 Grammatical relations 7 // 1.5 Subjects 9 // 1.6 Semantic roles 12 // 1.7 Predicates, arguments, and adjuncts 15 // 1.8 Identifying arguments and adjuncts 18 // 1.9 The content of adjuncts 23 // 1.10 Complements and adjuncts within NPs 25 // 1.11 Second-order predicates 28 // chapter 2 // Dependency and phrase structure // 2.1 Overview 33/ // 2.2 Precedence and dominance 34 // 2.3 Dependency vs. phrase structure 36 // 2.4 Strengths and weaknesses 43 // 2.5 Endo- vs. exocentric structures 48 // 2.6 Translation: Phrase structure -> dependency 50 // 2.7 Translation: Dependency -? phrase structure 54 // 2.8 Hybrid systems - Reed Kellogg diagrams 57 // 2.9 Brackets, arced arrows, and indentations 59 // 2.10 Dependency vs. phrase structure scrutinized 64 // chapter 3 // The argument for dependency // 3.1 Overview 73 // 3.2 Tests for constituents 74 // 3.3 In favor of dependency 79 // 3.4 The coordination diagnostic 83 // 3.5 Do-so-substitution 85 // vi A Dependency Grammar of English // 3.6 One-substitution 88 // 3.7 Clause binarity 90 // 3.8 Binary branching vs. flat structures 94 // 3.9 Historical overview of DG 98 // chapter 4 // Units of structure 105 // 4.1 Overview 105 // 4.2 Generic units 106 // 4.3 Relational units 110 // 4.4 Catenae and ratios 112 // 4.5 Phrase structure constituents 115 // 4.6 Catenae in phrase
structure grammar 116 // 4.7 Subject plus finite verb 120 // 4.8 Government 122 // 4.9 Auxiliary verb plus content verb 125 // 4.10 NP vs. DP 127 // 4.11 Governors vs. selectors 132 // CHAPTER 5 // Morphological, semantic, and prosodic dependencies 135 // 5.1 Overview 135 // 5.2 Morphological dependencies (agreement) 136 // 5.3 Case government 140 // 5.4 Semantic dependencies (selection) 143 // 5.5 Adjunct arrows 147 // 5.6 Idiom selectors 149 // 5.7 Predicates vs. predications 151 // 5.8 Prosodic dependencies (clitics) 154 // chapter 6 // Valency 159 // 6.1 Overview 159 // 6.2 Tesničre’s metaphor 160 // 6.3 Semantic vs. syntactic valency 162 // 6.4 Valency frames 165 // 6.5 Finite vs. nonfinite verbs 167 // 6.6 Passive participles and ergative verbs 169 // 6.7 Clausal valents 173 // 6.8 Control 175 // 6.9 Raising 181 // 6.10 Missing objects 186 // Table of contents vn // 6.11 Auxiliaries 190 // 6.12 Light verbs 193 // 6.13 Beyond verb valency 194 // chapter 7 // Word order 199 // 7.1 Overview 199 // 7.2 Monostratal syntax 200 // 7.3 Projectivity 203 // 7.4 Head-dependent ordering 206 // 7.5 Co-sibling ordering 210 // 7.6 Shifting 213 // 7.7 Overview of inversion 216 // 7.8 Subject-auxiliary inversion 218 // 7.9 Subject-verb inversion 221 // 7.10 Rising 222 // 7.11 Constituent vs. non-constituent rising 226 // 7.12 The Rising Principle 230 // 7.13 Motivating rising 232 // 7.14 Motivating non-constituent rising 235 // CHAPTER 8 // Types of discontinuities 243 // 8.1 Overview
243 // 8.2 Wh-fronting 245 // 8.3 Topicalization 250 // 8.4 NP-internal fronting 255 // 8.5 Scrambling 259 // 8.6 Extraposition 263 // chapter 9 // Islands 269 // 9.1 Overview 269 // 9.2 Risen and rising catenae 270 // 9.3 Prepositions stranding 272 // 9.4 Left branch islands 274 // 9.5 Pied-piping 279 // 9.6 Specified NP islands 280 // 9.7 Subject islands 284 // 9.8 Adjunct islands 287 // 9.9 Wh-islands 290 // 9.10 Right roof islands 293 // vin A Dependency Grammar of English // CHAPTER IO // Coordination 297 // 10.1 Overview 297 // 10.2 Parallelstrings 298 // 10.3 Dependency vs. phrase structure (again) 301 // 10.4 String vs. gapping coordination 307 // 10.5 Large vs. small conjuncts 312 // 10.6 Forward vs. backward string coordination 315 // 10.7 String and/or gapping coordination 317 // 10.8 Summary 319 // CHAPTER 11 // The structure of coordination 321 // 11.1 Overview 321 // 11.2 Tree conventions 322 // 11.3 Parallelism 326 // 11.4 Functional parallelism 329 // 11.5 Structural parallelism 331 // 11.6 A confounding factor: Gapping and stripping 334 // 11.7 More on structural parallelism 338 // 11.8 A restriction on forward sharing (and gapping) 340 // 11.9 Sharing and prepositions 345 // CHAPTER 12 // Ellipsis 349 // 12.1 Overview 349 // 12.2 Null material 350 // 12.3 Targeted catenae and remnants 353 // 12.4 New information 355 // 12.5 Criteria of classification 356 // 12.6 NP-ellipsis 356 // 12.7 Gapping 361 // 12.8 Stripping 365 // 12.9 VP-ellipsis 369 // 12.10 Pseudogapping
375 // Table of contents ix // CHAPTER 13 More ellipsis // 13.1 Overview 379 // 13.2 Answer fragments 380 // 13.3 Sluicing 385 // 13.4 Null complement anaphora 391 // 13.5 Comparative deletion 398 // 13.6 Left edge ellipsis 401 // 13.7 Further types of ellipsis 404 // 13.8 Summary of ellipsis 406 // chapter 14 // The syntax of comparatives // 14.1 Overview 409 // 14.2 Preliminaries 410 // 14.3 Comparative coordination 413 // 14.4 Ellipsis or not? 415 // 14.5 Functional equivalence 417 // 14.6 The role of extraposition 421 // 14.7 The distribution of comparative deletion // Concluding statements References Index of authors Subject index // 379 // 409 // 427 // 429 // 439 // 443

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