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by Francis Byrne,Donald Winford

Download Focus and Grammatical Relations in Creole Languages: Papers from the University of Chicago Conference on Focus and Grammatical Relations in Creole Languages (Creole Language Library) eBook
ISBN:
1556191669
Author:
Francis Byrne,Donald Winford
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Words Language & Grammar
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English
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John Benjamins Publishing Company (October 28, 1993)
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345 pages
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Francis Byrne, Donald Winford.

Francis Byrne, Donald Winford. The book is organized into five sections: 1. verb focus, predicate clefting and predicate doubling; 2. focus and anti-focus; 3. focus and pronominals; 4. discourse patterning; 5. grammatical relations.

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Byrne, Francis & Donald Winford.

Thanks also to Ken Hale, Margaret Browning and Howard Lasnik for very helpful discussions

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In Focus and grammatical relations in creole lan-guages, ed. by Francis Byrne and Donald Winford, 117–140. Serial verb constructions

In Focus and grammatical relations in creole lan-guages, ed. Person splits, 1-features, and temporal architecture. Serial verb constructions. In When verbs collide: Papers from the (1990) Ohio State Mini-Conference on Serial Verbs (OSUWPL 39), ed. by Brian D. Joseph and Arnold M. Zwicky, 14–33.

Terkko Navigator is a medical library community for the University of Helsinki and Helsinki University Central Hospital. Section 1. Verb focus, predicate clefting and predicate doubling. section 2. Focus and anti-focus. section 3. Focus and pronominals. section 4. Discourse patterning. section 5. Byrne, Francis;Winford, Donald.

The volume has as its topic, not only the types of formal constructions and devices which creole languages syntactically utilize to achieve constituent focus, but also, in a much broader sense, the many other phenomena and processes found in these languages which serve to highlight sentence-level elements. The book is organized into five sections: 1. verb focus, predicate clefting and predicate doubling; 2. focus and anti-focus; 3. focus and pronominals; 4. discourse patterning; 5. grammatical relations.