Adjectives in Germanic and Romance

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| University of Amsterdam
| University of Leuven
| University of Amsterdam
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Although the Germanic and Romance languages are two branches of the same language family and although both have developed the adjective as a separate syntactic and morphological category, the syntax, morphology, and interpretation of adjectives is by no means the same in these two language groups, and there is even variation within each of the language groups. One of the main aims of this volume is to map the differences and similarities in syntactic behavior, morphology, and meaning of the Germanic and Romance adjective and to find an answer to the following question: Are the (dis)similarities the result of autonomous developments in each of the two branches of the Indo-European language family, or are they caused by language contact?
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 212]  2014.  vii, 286 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
vii–viii
The adjective in Germanic and Romance: Development, differences and similarities
Freek Van de Velde, Petra Sleeman and Harry Perridon
1–32
Part I: Change
The adjective-adverb interface in Romance and English
Martin Hummel
35–72
The position proper of the adjective in Middle English: A result of language contact
Carola Trips
73–94
Strong and weak adjectives in Old Swedish
Ulla Stroh-Wollin and Rico Simke
95–112
The resilient nature of adjectival inflection in Dutch
Freek Van de Velde and Fred Weerman
113–146
Part II: Variation
On the properties of attributive phrases in Germanic (and beyond)
Volker Struckmeier and Joost Kremers
149–170
From participle to adjective in Germanic and Romance
Petra Sleeman
171–198
The mixed categorial behavior of cel + participle in Romanian
Dana Niculescu
199–216
Inside and outside – Before and after: Weak and strong adjectives in Icelandic
Alexander Pfaff
217–244
Adjectives in German and Norwegian: Differences in weak and strong inflections
Dorian Roehrs and Marit Julien
245–262
Cross-linguistic variation in agreement on Germanic predicate adjectives
Erik Schoorlemmer
263–278
Author Index
279–282
Subject Index
283–286
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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