Norwegian Verb Particles

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This book aims to explain the syntax and semantics of Norwegian verb particles. While particles have been claimed to be distributed optionally to the left (as LPrt) or right (as RPrt) of an associated DP in the linguistic literature, the dialectologically oriented literature has shown for a long time that many Norwegian particles are preferred as LPrt (corresponding to English ‘throw out the dog’). While spatial particles can appear in both positions, non-spatial particles primarily appear as LPrt. A complex predicate analysis is adopted for non-spatial particles, and a small clause analysis for spatial particles. It is argued that a non-spatial LPrt construction triggers an atelic reading, and the RPrt counterpart identifies a result state.

The book combines traditional dialectology with modern linguistic theories and includes much Norwegian data that has not been shed theoretical light on before: simplex and complex spatial and non-spatial constructions, phrasal particles, ground promotion, and unaccusatives. Several earlier theoretical accounts of Norwegian particles are reviewed in a separate chapter.

[Studies in Germanic Linguistics, 4]  2020.  ix, 184 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix
Chapter 1. Introduction
2–33
Chapter 2. Norwegian verb-particle data
36–61
Chapter 3. The alternation problem and the status of the particle – previous approaches
64–107
Chapter 4. The structure of Norwegian verb-particle constructions
110–165
Chapter 5. Summary and conclusions
168–172
References
173–182
Index
184
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BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
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