Article published In:Lingvisticæ Investigationes
Vol. 26:2 (2004) ► pp.203–214
SummaryThis article analyses variation in some set phrases in four French variaties: the French of Belgium, France, Quebec and Switzerland. The comparative perspective adopted reveals many types of constraints on the idiomatic properties of the set phrases. The article also demonstrates how observation of this variation can act as a heuristic for the study of theoretical problems related to the definition of the notion of “set phrase” itself.
Article language: French
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