Language Periphery

Monocollocable words in English, Italian, German and Czech

Compiler and Editors
| Charles University in Prague
| Charles University in Prague
| Charles University in Prague
| Charles University in Prague
HardboundAvailable
ISBN 9789027210715 | EUR 85.00 | USD 128.00
 
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ISBN 9789027267627 | EUR 85.00 | USD 128.00
 
A full-length study of monocollocable words, i.e. words whose usage is severely restricted to one or a few combinations only (such as English ado in without much/further ado), that brings together corpus-based data from the four languages along with studies analysing, along both general and language-specific lines, monocollocable words in terms of their frequency, lexical as well as morphosyntactic behaviour, and various facets of their peripheral status. Each of the four langauges covered, namely, English, Italian, German and Czech also offers a short introduction of the respective languages written in English, Italian, German and Czech. A rare contribution to our knowledge of an as yet little studied field, the book will attract the attention of, and stimulate a new interest in, all who are ready to acknowledge that collocation is a core phenomenon of language – lexicologists, lexicographers with a focus on phraseology, language typologists, linguists with a contrastive and historical agenda, and language teachers alike.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 74]  2016.  vi, 108 pp. + index
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
General introduction
Introduction
František Čermák, Jan Čermák, Zora Obstová and Marie Vachková
1–2
Monocollocable words as a periphery of language combinations
František Čermák
3–9
Language-specific introductions
Monokolokabilní slova v češtině jako periférie jazyka
František Čermák
11–15
Parole monocollocabili alla luce dei corpora
Zora Obstová
17–22
Monokollokabilität aus korpuslinguistischer Sicht
Marie Vachková
23–29
Monocollocable words in English
Jan Čermák
31–36
Frequency dictionaries
A frequency dictionary of Czech monocollocable words: [Český frekvenční slovník monokolokabilních slov]
František Čermák
37–53
A frequency dictionary of Italian monocollocable words: [Dizionario di frequenza di parole monocollocabili in italiano]
Zora Obstová
55–64
A frequency dictionary of German monocollocable words: [Frequenzverzeichnis der monokollokabilen Wörter im Deutschen]
Marie Vachková
65–68
A frequency dictionary of English monocollocable words
Jan Čermák
69–72
Alphabetical dictionaries
An alphabetical dictionary of Czech monocollocable words: [Český abecední slovník monokolokabilních slov]
František Čermák
73–87
An alphabetical dictionary of Italian monocollocable words: [Dizionario alfabetico di parole monocollocabili in italiano]
Zora Obstová
89–97
An alphabetical dictionary of German monocollocable words: [Alphabetisches Verzeichnis der monokollokabilen Wörter im Deutschen]
Marie Vachková
89–92
An alphabetical dictionary of English monocollocable words
Jan Čermák
103–106
References
107–108
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Subjects

Terminology & Lexicography

Lexicography
BIC Subject: CFM – Lexicography
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2015041512