Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2008
Selected papers from 'Going Romance' Groningen 2008
This volume assembles a significant number of selected papers that were presented at the 22nd edition of Going Romance, held at the University of Groningen in December 2008. Though it contains a variety of topics, 'tense, mood and aspect' is represented most extensively. This volume contains a rich variety of Romance languages: Cape Verdean, European Portuguese, French, Italian, Romanian and Spanish. The collection of papers is representative of the research carried out nowadays on Romance languages within theoretical linguistics and shows the vitality of this research.
[Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory, 2] 2010. x, 251 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Foreword | pp. vii–x
In support of a syntactic analysis of double agreement phenomena in SpanishAsier Alcázar and Mario Saltarelli | pp. 1–16
The syntax of Spanish comparative correlativesClaudia Borgonovo and Vidal Valmala | pp. 17–36
Functional vowels in main questions in Northern Italian dialectsAnna Cardinaletti and Lori Repetti | pp. 37–58
Middle scrambling with deictic locatives in European PortugueseJoão Costa and Ana Maria Martins | pp. 59–76
Morphosyntactic variation in the temporal construals of non-root modalsHamida Demirdache and Myriam Uribe-Etxebarria | pp. 77–104
On the realization of LF-Binding in some degree dependenciesRemus Gergel | pp. 105–124
Some remarks on the evidential nature of the Romanian presumptiveMonica Alexandrina Irimia | pp. 125–144
Toward a syntactic reinterpretation of Harris & Halle (2005)Richard S. Kayne | pp. 145–170
The puzzle of subjunctive tensesBrenda Laca | pp. 171–194
Nounness, gender, class and syntactic structures in Italian nounsNicola Lampitelli | pp. 195–214
States and temporal interpretation in CapeverdeanFernanda Pratas | pp. 215–232
Pluractional verbs that grammaticise number through the part-of relationLucia M. Tovena | pp. 233–248
Language index | pp. 249–250
Word index | pp. 251–252
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CF/2AD: Linguistics/Romance, Italic & Rhaeto-Romanic languages
Main BISAC Subject
LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General