Teresa Fanego

List of John Benjamins publications for which Teresa Fanego plays a role.

Titles

Corpus-based Research on Variation in English Legal Discourse

Edited by Teresa Fanego and Paula Rodríguez-Puente

[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 91] 2019. vii, 294 pp.
Subjects Corpus linguistics | Discourse studies | Forensic & legal linguistics | Historical linguistics | Pragmatics | Sociolinguistics and Dialectology
Subjects Historical linguistics | Morphology | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics | Typology

Rethinking Grammaticalization: New perspectives

Edited by María José López-Couso and Elena Seoane

[Typological Studies in Language, 76] 2008. x, 355 pp.
Subjects Historical linguistics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics | Typology

Theoretical and Empirical Issues in Grammaticalization

Edited by Elena Seoane and María José López-Couso

[Typological Studies in Language, 77] 2008. x, 367 pp.
Subjects Historical linguistics | Morphology | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics
Subjects English linguistics | Germanic linguistics | Historical linguistics | Morphology | Syntax
Subjects English linguistics | Germanic linguistics | Historical linguistics

Selected papers from 11 ICEHL, Santiago de Compostela, 7–11 September 2000: Volume 1. English Historical Syntax and Morphology; Volume 2. Sounds, Words, Texts and Change. 2 Volumes (set)

Edited by Teresa Fanego, María José López-Couso, Javier Pérez-Guerra, Belén Méndez-Naya and Elena Seoane

[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 223-224] 2002. x, 306 pp. & x, 310 pp.
Subjects English linguistics | Germanic linguistics | Historical linguistics | Morphology | Syntax

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Building on Goldberg’s (2006: 52) observation regarding the existence of “a family of related constructions in English” centred around the verb go, this article explores the history of the construction exemplified in the title (“Don’t go getting into trouble again!”) and its relation to other… read more | Article
Fanego, Teresa and Paula Rodríguez-Puente. 2019. Chapter 1. “Why may not that be the skull of a lawyer?” English legal discourse past and present. Corpus-based Research on Variation in English Legal Discourse, Fanego, Teresa and Paula Rodríguez-Puente (eds.), pp. 1–22
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This paper examines the history of the ACC-ing gerundive, a subtype of verbal gerund differing formally from both bare gerundives (I enjoyed reading the paper) and POSS-ing gerundives (I was surprised at Jane’s arriving late) in having an overt subject argument either in the common case, if it is a… read more | Article
This study examines two types of -ing subjects in English: the Late Modern English pattern the deceiving him was easy and constructions such as by trying to make her mother happy proved unlucky for Paul, which are becoming frequent among American undergraduates. It is argued that the presence… read more | Article
This paper examines the process whereby the English gerund, originally an abstract deverbal noun of action, was reinterpreted as part of the verb system and acquired verbal properties, such as the ability to govern a direct object (e.g., by writing a letter). The analysis of the data reveals that… read more | Article
Fanego, Teresa. 2002. Introduction. Sounds, Words, Texts and Change: Selected papers from 11 ICEHL, Santiago de Compostela, 7–11 September 2000, Fanego, Teresa, Belén Méndez-Naya and Elena Seoane (eds.), pp. 1–8
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Fanego, Teresa. 2002. Introduction. English Historical Syntax and Morphology: Selected papers from 11 ICEHL, Santiago de Compostela, 7–11 September 2000, Fanego, Teresa, Javier Pérez-Guerra and María José López-Couso (eds.), pp. 1–7
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SUMMARY The article offers an analysis of the development of the gerund, as an alternative to the infinitive, with verbs of subject control, such as attempt, bear, decline, forbear, etc. In the course of the early Modern English period, and particularly during the first half of the 18th century,… read more | Article
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