Demonstratives

Form, function and grammaticalization

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All languages have demonstratives, but their form, meaning and use vary tremendously across the languages of the world. This book presents the first large-scale analysis of demonstratives from a cross-linguistic and diachronic perspective. It is based on a representative sample of 85 languages. The first part of the book analyzes demonstratives from a synchronic point of view, examining their morphological structures, semantic features, syntactic functions, and pragmatic uses in spoken and written discourse. The second part concentrates on diachronic issues, in particular on the development of demonstratives into grammatical markers. Across languages demonstratives provide a frequent historical source for definite articles, relative and third person pronouns, nonverbal copulas, sentence connectives, directional preverbs, focus markers, expletives, and many other grammatical markers. The book describes the different mechanisms by which demonstratives grammaticalize and argues that the evolution of grammatical markers from demonstratives is crucially distinct from other cases of grammaticalization.
[Typological Studies in Language, 42]  1999.  xii, 205 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
ix
Abbreviations
xi
Introduction
1
Morphology
13
Semantics
35
Syntax
57
Pragmatic use
93
Grammaticalization
115
Conclusion
157
Notes
163
Data sources
169
The inflectional features of pronominal demonstratives
171
References
175
Language Index
193
Name Index
197
Subject Index
203
“The book is but a first step towards a good understanding of demonstratives in human language. Nevertheless, it is a promising, thought provoking, and wide ranging start. It opens up the basic question of what kind of linguistic phenomenon demonstratives are, a question that has been taken for granted much too long.”
“This is an important book, not only for typologists, but for all linguists, and especially those about to begin fieldwork on undescribed languages.



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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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