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The structure of verbal constructions in Persian
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|Statement||John A. Moyne.|
|LC Classifications||PK6285 .M69 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007025275|
Evidently, the Persian CPr constructions in many cases look like an obvious one-to-one match with the underlying syntactic representations of argument-structure, R. Folli et al. / Lingua () – 1 The structure in (2c) is actually somewhat different than that proposed for adjectival causatives by Hale and Keyser, who use a. The first researcher mentioning nominalization process in Persian, Dabir-Moghaddam (), proposes that Persian has a kind of nominalization which changes the finite verb of a sentence into an infinitive and makes it the head of an ezafe-construction. In this regard, if the verb of a sentence is intransitive, the subject has the dependent role.
Determinants of event type in Persian complex predicates 3 In this paper, we show that two of the Hale and Keyser structures above map naturally onto the Persian CPr constructions, accounting for their varying event structure and agentivity. Evidently, the Persian CPr constructions in many cases look like an obvious one-to-one match. Persian (/ ˈ p ɜːr ʒ ən,-ʃ ən /), also known by its endonym Farsi (فارسی, Fārsī, [fɒːɾˈsiː] ()), is a Western Iranian language belonging to the Iranian branch of the Indo-Iranian subdivision of the Indo-European is a pluricentric language predominantly spoken and used officially within Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan in three mutually intelligible standard.
In Persian a verb in the subjunctive has a particular form and—once you have learned the construction—it is easy to recognize. The basic features for the subjunctive are as follows: With the exception of the jussive and optative moods, in Persian, a verb in the subjunctive form is always a complement to a main verb in the sentence or clause. In Persian, compound verbs are constructed of a verb and a non-verbal element, such as a noun, verbal noun, compound noun, adjective, past stem, and preposition. Normally in this case the non-verbal element goes through a semantic mutation.
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The Structure of Verbal Constructions in Persian [John A. Moyne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Structure of Verbal Constructions in Persian. Her analysis leads to a deeper understanding of the structure of semantic spaces within the verbal system in Persian, and other languages that use light verbs.
This research provides a blueprint for understanding existing verbal constructions and productively creating new by: 5. The phrase structure in Persian. to Y»; and (2) the Caused Motion Construction (e.g., I put the book on based on a decomposition of the verbal construction.
(): The Structure of Verbal Constructions in Persian, unpublished Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (): Reflexive and Emphatic. Language (^): The So-Called Passive in Persian. The phrase structure in Persian Folli et al.
 describe Persian as a verb-final language that exhibits the fol- lowing unmarked word order in a double-object construction (3). Persian Light Verb Constructions (LVCs), consisting of a light verb and a preverb, fall into two groups: separable and inseparable.
The nominal preverbs in the former, unlike those in the latter. In order to fulfil the book objective i.e. to provide a semantic and morphosyntactic analysis of Persian light verbal constructions (LVC), in chapter two the literature on different types of nuclear junctures that occur cross-linguistically is reviewed and discussed, namely, noun incorporation, causative and light verbal constructions.
That is, in Persian, whenever a verbal phrase is specified as [ - verbal] and [ + state], as in the diagram on p.the copula is added ir. the surface structure.
%nofl- kind of verbal construction in Persian which appears to belong to the category of the state verbs is those constructions whose surfa forms are made of a nominal plus the.
Most of the Persian grammar books have ignored the complete and clear-cut analysis of the structure of Persian simple sentences. It is necessary to have a brief look at them. Anvari and Givi (), have studied the structure of Persian simple sentences and have suggested eight patterns for them: a.
Subject+ subject complement+ linking verb b. The (3b) and (4b,c) examples illustrate the possible nominalized forms of the corresponding CPrs shown in (a) examples.
The typical nominalization morpheme in Persian is the infinitive -an, which attaches to the past stem of a (complex) predicate, working the predicate into a nominal is evident from the above examples, whereas the canonical CPrs develop a.
The Persian in this country has many Russian borrowings and also uses the Russian alphabet. The language described here is mainly the Persian spoken in Iran. This document is an overview of Persian, with an emphasis on some of the interesting aspects for.
Most verbal constructions in Persian are formed using a light verb such as kardan (do, make), dâdan (give), zadan (hit, strike). The number of verbs that can be used as light verbs is limited, but these constructions are extremely productive in Persian.
These structures consist of a preverbal element, which could be a noun. The Persian verbal system involves structures that occur between the lexicon and the grammar, and the semantics of these structures emerges from constructional structure and not directly from. Persian (Iranian): Investigating and analyzing the structure of the row and rhyme of Hafez's poetry From the perspective of relative frequency construction and syllable pattern.
1. Introduction. Persian light verbs constructions 1 (LVCs) 2 have been the focus of much controversial research in the recent decades. These multiword expressions are composed of a non-verbal element (NV), which is usually a noun or an adjective, and a light verb (LV) which is semantically impoverished compared to its ‘heavy’ counterpart.
Structure of the Verbal Paradigm “two CL books” Most verbal constructions in Persian are formed using a light verb. The number of verbs that can. The serial verb construction, also known as (verb) serialization or verb stacking, is a syntactic phenomenon in which two or more verbs or verb phrases are strung together in a single clause.
It is a common feature of many African, Asian and New Guinean languages. Serial verb constructions are often described as coding a single event; they can also be used to indicate concurrent or causally.
constructions in Persian cross-linguistically. Keywords: Impersonal Constructions, cross-linguistic analysis, Functional Properties of Subject, Subject Prototype 2. Methodology The present qualitative research has been carried out to unify different analyses of impersonal constructions in Persian and to give comprehensive accounts.
below. Argument-structure alternations are created when the same root appears in different syntactic structures (see (2b–c)).1 In this paper, we show that two of the Hale and Keyser-type structures above map naturally onto the Persian CPr constructions, accounting for their varying event structure.
Determiners and quantifiers play a central role in Basque noun phrase structure. Articles are best treated as a 'I write children's books (= books for children compound verbs, are negated by placing ez in front of the finite auxiliary (or light verb); the other components of the verbal construction are normally placed after the negated.
Persian compound verbs (also known as complex verbs or light verb constructions) are combinations of a non-verbal element and a verbal (light) verb.
The non-verbal elements that precede the light verb, called the preverbal elements, range over a number of lexical and phrasal categories such as noun, adjective, adverb and prepositional phrase.The Structure of Verbal Constructions in Persian.
The Republic of Turkey and Earthquake Disaster Management. Persian Classical and Modern Poetry: A Bibliography. Paradigm Lost, Paradigm Regained Kitab Al-Qabasat: The Book of Blazing Brands -- Mir Damad.Introduction Persian syntax is quite ambiguous in written form which raises certain difficulties in automatic parsing of written text.
Several factors contribute to the ambiguity: Although Persian is a verb-final language, it does not adhere to a strict word order and the sentential constituents may occur in various positions in the clause; this is especially the case for preposition phrases.