Adpositions

Pragmatic, semantic and syntactic perspectives

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This book is a collection of articles which deal with adpositions in a variety of languages and from a number of perspectives. Not only does the book cover what is traditionally treated in studies from a European and Semitic orientation – prepositions, but it presents studies on postpositions, too. The main languages dealt with in the collection are English, French and Hebrew, but there are articles devoted to other languages including Korean, Turkic languages, Armenian, Russian and Ukrainian. Adpositions are treated by some authors from a semantic perspective, by others as syntactic units, and a third group of authors distinguishes adpositions from the point of view of their pragmatic function. This work is of interest to students and researchers in theoretical and applied linguistics, as well as to those who have a special interest in any of the languages treated.
[Typological Studies in Language, 74]  2008.  viii, 307 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Dennis Kurzon and Silvia Adler
1–11
The contributors
13–15
French compound prepositions, prepositional locutions and prepositional phrases in the scope of the absolute use
Silvia Adler
17–35
"Over the hills and far away" or "far away over the hills": English place adverb phrases and place prepositional phrases in tandem?
David J. Allerton
37–65
Structures with omitted prepositions: Semantic and pragmatic motivations
Esther Borochovsky Bar-Aba
67–83
A closer look at the Hebrew Construct and free locative PPs: The analysis of mi-locatives
Irena Botwinik-Rotem
85–114
Pragmatics of prepositions: A study of the French connectives pour le coup and du coup
Pierre Cadiot and Franck Lebas
115–132
Particles and postpositions in Korean
Injoo Choi-Jonin
133–170
French prepositions à and de in infinitival complements: A pragma-semantic analysis
Lidia Fraczak
171–190
Prepositional wars: When ideology defines preposition
Julia G. Krivoruchko
191–208
"Ago" and its grammatical status in English and in other languages
Dennis Kurzon
209–227
Case marking of Turkic adpositional objects
Alan Libert
229–255
The logic of addition: Changes in the meaning of the Hebrew preposition im ("with").
Tamar Sovran
257–271
A monosemic view of polysemic prepositions
Yishai Tobin
273–288
The development of Classical Armenian prepositions and its implications for universals of language change
Christopher Wilhelm
289–300
Author index
301
Languages index
303–304
Subject index
305–307
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2008001428