Causation, Permission, and Transfer

Argument realisation in GET, TAKE, PUT, GIVE and LET verbs

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| Institute of Technology, Blachardstown Dublin, Ireland
| Ghent University
| Microsoft European Headquarters, Dublin, Ireland
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This book offers a comprehensive investigative study of the argument realisation of the concepts of causative purpose, permit, let/allow and transfer in a broad cross-linguistic typologically diverse mix of languages with GIVE, GET, TAKE, PUT, and LET verbs. This volume stands as the first systematic exploration of these verbs and concepts as they occur in complex events and clauses. This book brings together scholars and researchers from a variety of functionally inspired theoretical backgrounds that have worked on these verbs within one language or from a cross-linguistic perspective. The objective is to understand the linguistic behaviour of the verbs and their inter-relationships within a contemporary cognitive-functional linguistic perspective. The languages represented include Irish, German, Slavic (West Slavic: Polish, Czech, Slovak and Sorbian and Western South Slavic: Slovenian and Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian), Germanic, Romance, Gan Chinese Yichun dialect, Māori, Bohairic Coptic, Shaowu Chinese, Hebrew, English, Lithuanian, Estonian, the Australian dialects Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara, Italian, and Persian. Topics discussed include argument structure and the encoding of arguments under causation, permission and transferverbs, their lexical semantics and event structure.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 167]  2015.  vi, 499 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Brian Nolan, Elke Diederichsen and Gudrun Rawoens
1–11
Encoding transfer, let/allow and permission in Modern Irish: Interaction of causation, event chaining, argument realisation and syntactic variation
Brian Nolan
13–51
Degrees of causivity in German lassen causitive constructions
Elke Diederichsen
53–105
Grammaticalization of ‘give’ in Slavic between drift and contact: Causative, modal, imperative, existential, optative and volative constructions
Ruprecht von Waldenfels
107–127
‘Give’ and semantic maps
Jeremy Collins
129–146
How Europeans GIVE: A two-layered semantic typology based on two parallel corpora
Natalia Levshina
147–175
Ditransitive constructions in Gan Chinese: A case study of the Yichun dialect
XuPing Li
177–193
The argument realisation of give and take verbs in Māori
Aoife Finn
195–226
GIVE an its arguments in Bohairic Coptic
Ewa D. Zakrzewska
227–252
Giving is receiving: The polysemy of the GET/GIVE verb [tie53] in Shaowu
Sing Sing Ngai
253–269
Enabling and allowing in Hebrew: A usage-based construction grammar account
Elitzur Dattner
271–293
Low-level patterning of pronominal subjects and verb tenses in English
John Newman
295–325
The morphological, syntactic and semantic interface of the verb GIVE in Lithuanian
Jone Bruno
327–352
Rise and fall of the TAKE-future in written Estonian
Ilona Tragel, Külli Habicht and Piret Piiroja
353–383
Causation in the Australian dialects Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara
Conor Pyle
385–423
The fare causative derivation in Italian: A review
Alessio S. Frenda
425–461
Information-structural encoding of recipient in non-canonical alignments of Persian: A constructional account
Farhad Moezzipour
463–490
Index
491–499
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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