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The Morphosyntax of Reiteration in Creole and Non-Creole Languages (Creole Language Library) ePub download

by Enoch O. Aboh,Norval Smith,Anne Zribi-Hertz

  • Author: Enoch O. Aboh,Norval Smith,Anne Zribi-Hertz
  • ISBN: 9027252661
  • ISBN13: 978-9027252661
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Words Language & Grammar
  • Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company; Bilingual edition (June 27, 2012)
  • Pages: 295
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The Morphosyntax of Reiteration in Creole and Non-Creole Languages (Creole Language Library) ePub download

Library of Congress Control Number: 2012006326.

Reiteration is meant to denote any situation where the same form occurs (at least) twice within the boundaries of some linguistic domain. Library of Congress Control Number: 2012006326.

Enoch O. Aboh, Smith Norval & Anne Zribi-Hertz (Ed. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. In ‘e morphosyntax of non-iconic reduplications’ (pp. 27–75), Enoch Aboh and Norval Smith analyze reduplication as a morphological process, showing that in Eastern Gbe and the Surinam creoles reduplication derives verbal. nouns and verbal adjectives. An analysis is provided within derivational model of.

Book · January 2012 with 14 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Book · January 2012 with 14 Reads. Reiteration is meant to denote any situation where the same form occurs (at least) twice within the boundaries of some linguistic domain.

And byexploring the syntax of reiteration alongside its morphology .

And byexploring the syntax of reiteration alongside its morphology, the authors are led to challenge the 'iconic' theory of 'reduplication' proposed in several other studies of similar phenomena.

Enoch Olade Aboh, Norval Smith, Anne Zribi-Hertz.

Pichi, an Afro-Caribbean English-lexifier Creole spoken on the island of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea, features four types of reiteration. Amongst them, reduplication and repetition can be distinguished on formal and semantic grounds

Pichi, an Afro-Caribbean English-lexifier Creole spoken on the island of Bioko, Equatorial Guinea, features four types of reiteration. Amongst them, reduplication and repetition can be distinguished on formal and semantic grounds.

Competition and selection in creole genesis. The morphosyntax of non-iconic reduplications: A case study in Eastern Gbe and the Surinam creoles. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 27–75. Aboh, Enoch O. and Smith, Norval 2015a.

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A tribute to Norval Smith.

The morphosyntax of non-iconic reduplications: A case study in Eastern Gbe and the Surinam creoles. A tribute to Norval Smith. Aboh, E. & Essegbey, J. (2010).

This is a new contribution to a theory of reiteration in natural languages, with a special focus on creoles. Reiteration is meant to denote any situation where the same form occurs (at least) twice within the boundaries of some linguistic domain. By including two case studies bearing on Hebrew and Breton alongside five chapters on creole languages (Surinam creole, Haitian, Mauritian, São Tomé and Pitchi), this volume brings counter-evidence to the claim that reiteration phenomena are particularly typical of creoles. And by exploring the syntax of reiteration alongside its morphology, the authors are led to challenge the 'iconic' theory of 'reduplication' proposed in several other studies of similar phenomena. This volume will be relevant for creole studies, but also for readers more generally interested in language universals and the architecture of grammars.
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