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Contents quantity 1
Preface............................................ vii
I. creation: Syntax in Linguistics
1. Syntax − The country of a arguable paintings · Tibor Kiss and Artemis
Alexiadou ....................................... 1
2. SyntacticConstructions·PeterSvenonius .................... 15
3. SyntaxanditsInterfaces:AnOverview·LouiseMycock . . . . . . . . . . . 24
II. The Syntactic Tradition
4. TheIndianGrammaticalTradition·PeterRaster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
5. ArabicSyntacticResearch·JonathanOwens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
6. Prestructuralist and Structuralist techniques to Syntax · Pieter A. M. Seuren 134
III. Syntactic Phenomena
7. Syntactic different types and Subcategories · Hans-Jürgen Sasse . . . . . . . . . 158
8. GrammaticalRelations·BeatricePrimus ..................... 218
9. ArgumentsandAdjuncts·PeterAckema ..................... 246
10. The Morpho-Syntactic Realisation of Negation · Hedde Zeijlstra . . . . . . . 274
11. TheSyntacticRoleofAgreement·StephenWechsler . . . . . . . . . . . . . 309
12. VerbSecond·AndersHolmberg .......................... 342
13. DiscourseConfigurationality·KatalinÉ.Kiss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 383
14. Control·BarbaraStiebels ............................. 412
15. PronominalAnaphora·SilkeFischer ....................... 446
16. Coordination·KatharinaHartmann ........................ 478
17. WordOrder·WernerFrey ............................. 514
18. Ellipsis·LobkeAelbrecht ............................. 562
19. Syntactic results of Cliticization · Anna Cardinaletti . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 595
20. Ergativity·AmyRoseDeal ............................ 654
21. RelativeClausesandCorrelatives·RajeshBhatt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 708
22. VoiceandValenceChange·EditDoron ..................... 749
23. Syntax and Grammar of Idioms and Collocations · Christiane Fellbaum . . . 777
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IV. Syntactic Models
24. Minimalism·MarcRichards ............................ 803
25. Lexical-Functional Grammar · Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King . . . 839
26. Optimality-TheoreticSyntax·GereonMüller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 875
27. HPSG−ASynopsis·StefanMüller ....................... 937
28. ConstructionGrammar·MirjamFried ...................... 974
29. Foundations of Dependency and Valency thought · Michael Klotz . . . . . . 1004
30. DependencyGrammar·TimothyOsborne .................... 1027
31. Categorial Grammar · Jason Baldridge and Frederick Hoyt
. ......... 1045
. ......... 1088
. ......... 1128
. ......... 1154
. ......... 1198
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V. Interfaces
32. Syntax and the Lexicon · Artemis Alexiadou . . .
33. The Syntax-Morphology Interface · Heidi Harley .
34. Phonological proof in Syntax · Michael Wagner
35. The Syntax-Semantics Interface · Winfried Lechner
36. The Syntax-Pragmatics Interface · George Tsoulas
. ... . . ... . ... . ... . . ... .
VI. Theoretical methods to chose Syntactic Phenomena
37. ArgumentsandAdjuncts·DanielHole ...................... 1284
38. ModelsofControl·TiborKiss .......................... 1321
39. TheoriesofBinding·SilkeFischer ........................ 1357
40. WordOrder·KlausAbels .........................
Volume 3
VII. Syntactic Sketches
41. German:AGrammaticalSketch·StefanMüller . . . . . . . . . . . .
42. Hindi-Urdu: primary matters in Syntax · Alice Davison . . . . . . . . .
43. Mandarin·LisaL.-S.ChengandRintSybesma . . . . . . . . . . . . .
44. Japanese·TakaoGunji ...........................
45. Georgian·AliceC.HarrisandNinoAmiridze . . . . . . . . . . . . .
46. TheBantuLanguages·LestonChandlerBuell . . . . . . . . . . . . .
47. Tagalog·PaulSchachter ..........................
48. Warlpiri · Kenneth L. Hale, Mary Laughren and Jane Simpson . . . .
49. CreoleLanguages·DerekBickerton ...................
50. Northern Straits Salish · Ewa Czaykowska-Higgins and Janet Leonard
51. SyntacticSketch:Bora·FrankSeifart ..................
. ... 1400
. ... 1447 . ... 1478 . ... 1518 . ... 1559 . ... 1588 . ... 1622 . ... 1658 . ... 1677 . ... 1710
... 1726 . ... 1764
Contents
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VIII. The Cognitive Perspective
52. SyntaxandLanguageAcquisition·SonjaEisenbeiss . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
53. SyntaxandLanguageDisorders·MartinaPenke . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
54. SyntaxandLanguageProcessing·ClaudiaFelser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IX. past Syntax
55. SyntaxandCorpora·HeikeZinsmeister .....................
56. SyntaxandStylistics·MonikaDoherty .....................
57. SyntaxandLexicography·RainerOsswald ...................
58. Computational Syntax · Emily M. Bender, Stephen Clark and Tracy
HollowayKing ....................................
59. ReferenceGrammars·IrinaNikolaeva ......................
60. LanguageDocumentation·EvaSchultze-Berndt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
61. Grammar within the school room · Anke Holler and Markus Steinbach . . . . . . .
Indexes
Languageindex ....................................... Subjectindex .......................................

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The question becomes more complex and challenging whenever learners are familiar with languages that belong to the same language family, but not to the same subgroup within the family. In this case, the evidence shows the following two general tendencies. First, learners continue to rely on the languages more closely related to the target, irrespective of whether these are first or non-native languages. Second, learners no longer elect one language as the preferred source of information and may rely on more than one language at the same time.

As we have seen, exposure to a nonnative language environment may have an immediate effect, as was the case for Stedje’s (1977) learners. On the other hand, exposure can also influence the language of thought at a later time. Cohen (1995) explains that memory of a non-native language can be triggered by factors such as when the language was spoken, with whom, and in what situation. e. ). During a period of residence in a non-native language environment, many personal experiences are bound to be memorized, but when learners leave the non-native language environment, they may face some difficulty in recalling those experiences if in the meantime fluency in the non-native language has decreased.

Some studies have suggested that transfer phenomena can vary depending on the semantic 43  'H $QJHOLV  37JNT[G 44 1111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 1 2 3111 4 5 6 7 8 9 20111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 30111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 40 41111   3DJH  Third or Additional Language Acquisition weight of the words concerned. More specifically, researchers have found that content words (nouns, verbs, numerals, adjectives and most adverbs) and function words (prepositions, determiners, conjunctions and pronouns) from the L1 and the non-native languages are not equally relied upon during the production process.

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