Claire Moyse-Faurie

List of John Benjamins publications for which Claire Moyse-Faurie plays a role.

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Lamarre, Christine, Alice Vittrant, Anetta Kopecka, Sylvie Voisin, Noëllie Bon, Benjamin Fagard, Colette Grinevald, Claire Moyse-Faurie, Annie Risler, Jin-Ke Song, Adeline Tan and Clément Voirin 2022 Chapter 4. Deictic directionals revisited in the light of advances in typologyNeglected Aspects of Motion-Event Description: Deixis, asymmetries, constructions, Sarda, Laure and Benjamin Fagard (eds.), pp. 69–94
This study explores the issue of Associated Motion (hereafter AM) in five languages spoken in Africa and Asia. We investigate grammatical morphemes whose function is to add a motion process to the event encoded in the verb expressing the main (non-motion) event, and to specify the temporal sequence… read more | Chapter
Moyse-Faurie, Claire 2021 Linguistic expressions of Goal, Source and Place in Polynesian languagesSource-Goal (a)symmetries across languages, Kopecka, Anetta and Marine Vuillermet (eds.), pp. 75–108
In Polynesian languages, as in many other Oceanic languages, the linguistic expression of Source and Goal is mainly express by (i) demonstratives and directional modifiers, which combine deictic and spatial information (toward speaker, addressee or third person, upwards, downwards, transverse axe),… read more | Article
Moyse-Faurie, Claire 2021 Chapter 5. Antipassive constructions in Oceanic languagesAntipassive: Typology, diachrony, and related constructions, Janic, Katarzyna and Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.), pp. 149–176
This article will discuss the different constructions which could be relevant for identifying antipassives in Oceanic languages, in spite of the fact that there is no dedicated antipassive marker. Some of these constructions involve the backgrounding of the object, but are associated with different… read more | Chapter
Moyse-Faurie, Claire 2016 Referential markers in Oceanic nominalized constructionsFiniteness and Nominalization, Chamoreau, Claudine and Zarina Estrada-Fernández (eds.), pp. 171–204
Nominalized constructions are a very frequent phenomenon in Oceanic languages, used in nominal, relative, or imperative clauses as arguments, adjuncts, or the prototypical expression of exclamations. I provide evidence that contrary to widespread views, tense, negation, and aspect markers do occur… read more | Article
Moyse-Faurie, Claire 2011 Impersonal constructions in some Oceanic languagesImpersonal Constructions: A cross-linguistic perspective, Malchukov, Andrej L. and Anna Siewierska (eds.), pp. 581–606
Kanak and the Polynesian languages exhibit a wide range of impersonal constructions which may involve: (i) the lack or frequent omission of arguments; (ii) optional impersonal construction of monovalent verbs or intransitive construction of bivalent verbs, associated with different meanings; (iii)… read more | Article
Moyse-Faurie, Claire 2007 35. Reciprocal, sociative, reflexive, and iterative constructions in East FutunanReciprocal Constructions, Nedjalkov, Vladimir P. (ed.), pp. 1511–1543
Moyse-Faurie, Claire and John Lynch 2004 16. Coordination in Oceanic languages and Proto OceanicCoordinating Constructions, Haspelmath, Martin (ed.), pp. 445–497
1.Introduction 1.1 Typological preliminaries 1.2 Existing reconstructions 2. Nominal coordination 2.1 Tight and loose coordination 2.2 Common NPs vs proper NPs coordination 3. Verb phrase and clausal coordination 3.1 Phrasal (NP/VP) and clausal coordination marked… read more | Chapter