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Syntax and semantics. vol.17, : composite predicates in English

Syntax and semantics. vol.17, : composite predicates in English

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단행본
Personal Author
Cattell, N. R.
Title Statement
Syntax and semantics. vol.17,. composite predicates in English / by Ray Cattell.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Sydney ;   Orlando :   Academic Press,   1984.  
Physical Medium
xii, 304 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0126135177
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliography(p. 287-294) and index.
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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Perface = ⅸ
'Light' Verbs in English = 1
 1. Introduction = 1
 2. Transitive and Intransitive Contrasts = 3
 3. The Environments of the Two Types of Predication = 7
  3.1 Adjectives and Adverbs = 7
  3.2 Other Modifiers = 10
  3.3 Differences of Transitivity = 15
 4. Semantic Differences in the Two Types of Predication = 16
Insight from the Past = 19
 1. Introduction = 19
 2. Conventional Wisdom = 20
 3. Zeilig Harris = 22
 4. J.R. Ross = 24
 5. R. Jackendoff = 24
  5.1 Jackendoff (1972) = 25
  5.2 Jackendoff (1974) = 27
 6. F.R. Higgins = 35
 7. R.T. Oehrle = 35
  7.1 Theoretical Claims = 35
  7.2 An Extension of the Data = 38
  7.3 Adjectival Modifiers = 39
  7.4 Pluses and Minuses of Oehrie's Proposal = 41
Complex Predicates = 43
 1. Introduction = 43
 2. 'Make'-Sentences = 44
  2.1 A Syntactic Problem Involving 'To'-Phrases = 44
  2.2 Proposed Solution to the Problems = 48
  2.3 Some Formal Machinery for Complex Sentences = 60
  2.4 Some Special Cases = 62
   2.4.1 Appositional Phrases = 62
   2.4.2 Less Complete Patterns of Assignment = 64
 3. 'Give'-Sentences = 66
  3.1 Some New Problems = 66
  3.2 Proposed Analysis = 68
  3.3 Permissive 'Give'-Sentences = 77
  3.4 Two Difficult Cases : 'Kick' and 'Look' = 78
   3.4.1 Give (a) Kick = 78
   3.4.2 Give (a) Look/Glance = 81
  3.5 Causative 'Give'-Sentences = 84
 4. Complex Predicates with 'Have' and 'Take' = 84
 5. Conclusion = 89
'Have' and 'Composite Predicates' = 93
 1. Locatives and the Nature of Predication in 'Have'-Sentences = 93
  1.1 Two Kinds of Phrases Indicating 'Where' = 93
  1.2 Some Variations in the Two Locative Positions = 96
 2. Some Facts that appear not to fit in = 102
  2.1 A Paradox About Locatives in 'Have'-Sentences = 102
  2.2 The Locative Paradox Deepened = 104
  2.3 A Paradox About Adjectives in 'Have'-Sentences = 108
 3. An Analysis involving Complex Predicates = 110
  3.1 The Analysis Within VP = 110
  3.2 Subject-Assignment by VPs Containing Composite Predicates = 116
  3.3 Formalization of the Analysis = 118
 4. The Projection of 'From'-Phrases in 'Have'-Sentences = 122
  4.1 'From'-Phrases Expressing 'Source' = 122
  4.2 'Cause'-Phrases Co-Occurring With Locatives = 125
  4.3 Trom'-Phrases Without Locatives = 128
  4.4 Different Possible Views of 'From'-Phrases = 130
  4.5 'From' After Noun Phrases Containing Adjectives = 131
 5. Conclusion = 133
The Relations Between 'Have' and 'Be' = 135
 1. A Set of Parallel 'Have'-Sentences and 'Be'-Sentences = 135
 2. On Existential 'Be' Sentences = 137
  2.1 Another Set of Parallel 'Have'-Sentences and 'Be'-Sentences = 137
  2.2 Milsark v. Jenkins = 139
 3. 'Have'-Sentences : The Parallel with Milsark's Categorization = 145
  3.1 The Similarity of the Codas = 145
  3.2 'From'-Phrases in Existential Sentences = 148
 4. Locatives in 'Have'-Sentences and 'Be'-Sentences = 151
  4.1 'Have'-Sentences and 'Be'-Sentences where Modifiers cannot occur = 151
  4.2 Assignments to Subject in 'Be'-Sentences and 'Have'-Sentences = 154
 5. Conclusion = 163
'Get' and 'Give' = 165
 1. The Simple Verb 'Get' = 165
 2. Composite Predicates involving 'Get' + Adjective = 167
 3. Structures involving 'Get'/Give' plus Noun Phrase = 176
  3.1 The Cases with no Related 'Simple' Verbs = 176
  3.2 The Cases with Related Non-causative Verbs = 176
 4. Some Cases that are linked with 'Make'-Predicates = 179
Causative 'Give' = 183
 1. Some Facts about 'Give'-Sentences = 184
  1.1 Variations in GFs and Roles = 184
  1.2 Variations in the Sense of 'Give' = 185
 2. Causative 'Give' Sentences = 186
 3. The 'Embedded Small Clause' Analysis = 189
 4. The 'Single-Clause' Analysis = 194
  4.1 Headache, Heart-Attack, etc. = 194
  4.2 Shock, Fright, etc. = 196
  4.3 'From'-Phrases = 200
 5. Some Causative-Non-Causative Contrasts = 202
  5.1 Affection/Affectionate = 202
  5.2 Some Alienable/Inalienable Contrasts = 204
 6. Quasi-Causative 'Give'-Sentences = 206
 7. Assignments to Subject-Position = 211
 8. The Relationship between Subjects and 'By'-Phrases = 214
  8.1 Gerundive Subjects and 'By'-Phrases = 214
  8.2 Some Cases Involving 'Give' = 219
Non-Causative 'Give' = 223
 1. Permissive 'Give'-Sentences = 223
 2. Other Senses of 'Give' = 233
 3. Some Cases of Special Interest = 238
 4. Certain Slang Idioms = 241
'Make' = 243
 1. Introduction = 243
 2. 'Make a Table/a Noise' etc. = 244
 3. Some Composite Predicates involving 'Make' plus Adjective = 249
  3.1 A Putative 'Small Clause' Analysis = 249
  3.2 The Composite Predicate Analysis : Adjectives = 251
  3.3 The Composite Predicate Analysis : Nouns = 255
 4. Causative 'Make' with a Sentential Complement = 260
  4.1 'Make' in 'Compel'-Type Structures = 260
  4.2 'Make' in 'Believe'-Type Structures = 265
  4.3 Ambiguous 'Make'-Sentences with Sentential Complements = 270
Conclusion = 273
 1. Some Semantic Observations = 273
 2. Composite Predicates in Languages other than English = 277
  2.1 Some of the Literature on the Subject = 277
  2.2 Composite Predicates in French = 279
  2.3 Alternative 'Operators' in English = 282
  2.4 'Composite Predicates' in Malayalam = 283
 3. Concluding Remarks = 286
References = 287
Index = 295


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