Current Issues in Generative Hebrew Linguistics

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| Bar-Ilan University
| Bar-Ilan University
| Bar-Ilan University
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This volume presents a collection of specially commissioned papers devoted to analyzing the linguistics of Modern Hebrew from a number of perspectives. Various aspects of Modern Hebrew grammar are discussed including the structure of the lexicon, grammatical features and inflectional morphology, as well as the grammaticalization of semantic and pragmatic distinctions. The psycholinguistic issues addressed include the acquisition of morphological knowledge, the pro-drop parameter and question formation, as well as language use in hearing-impaired native speakers. The collection of these papers together in a single volume allows these phenomena to be considered not in isolation but in the context of the grammatical system of which the language is an expression. As a consequence, more general issues connected to Modern Hebrew begin to emerge, such as the role of the inflectional morphological system in the grammar, and a rich set of facts and analyses relevant for many related issues are made available to the reader.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 134]  2008.  vii, 393 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgement
vii
Current issues in generative Hebrew linguistics
Sharon Armon-Lotem, Gabi Danon and Susan D. Rothstein
1–24
Morphologically conditioned V-Ø alternation in Hebrew: Distinction among nouns, adjectives & participles, and verbs
Outi Bat-El
27–60
Morphologically conditioned V-Ø alternation in Hebrew: Distinction among nouns, adjectives & participles, and verbs
Outi Bat-El
27–60
The special status of nif'al in Hebrew
Ora R. Schwarzwald
61–76
Object gap constructions: Externalization and operator movement
Irena Botwinik-Rotem
77–104
Active lexicon: Adjectival and verbal passives
Julia Horvath and Tal Siloni
105–134
Definiteness agreement with PP modifiers
Gabi Danon
137–160
Definiteness agreement with PP modifiers
Gabi Danon
137–160
Predication and equation in Hebrew (nonpseudocleft) copular sentences
Yael Greenberg
161–196
Morphological knowledge without morphological structure: Morphology-prosody interface in the first Hebrew verbs
Galit Adam and Outi Bat-El
197–222
The interaction between question formation and verbal morphology in the acquisition of Hebrew: A minimalist perspective
Sharon Armon-Lotem
223–244
On child subjects in a partially pro-drop language
Jeannette Schaeffer and Dorit Ben Shalom
245–266
Resumptive pronouns as a last resort when movement is impaired: Relative clauses in hearing impairment
Naama Friedmann, Rama Novogrodsky, Ronit Szterman and Omer Preminger
267–290
Bare minimizers
Yael Sharvit
293–312
Bare minimizers
Yael Sharvit
293–312
Hebrew negative polarity Items – šum and af
Alissa Levy
313–336
A two-layered analysis of the Hebrew exceptive xuc mi
Aldo Sevi
337–352
Codifying apparent inconsistencies in discourse: The case of Hebrew ma
Yael Ziv
353–388
Index
389–393
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2008032721