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Analysis of a Cayuga particle: ne:" as a focus marker

Anna Keusen

Analysis of a Cayuga particle: ne:" as a focus marker

by Anna Keusen

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Published by Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität zu Köln in Köln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cayuga language -- Particles.,
  • Cayuga language -- Discourse analysis.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliophraphical references (p. 95-97).

    StatementAnna Keusen.
    SeriesArbeitspapier / Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität zu Köln ;, n.F., Nr. 21, Arbeitspapier (Universität zu Köln. Institut für Sprachwissenschaft) ;, n.F., Nr. 21.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM757 .K48 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination97 p. ;
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL536732M
    LC Control Number96114837

    Finally, a topic-marking particle -ne can attach to the lián-phrase in (4) without changing the meaning, but if we add the same particle to (3a), it can only appear on the subject. These facts indicate that the word order in (3a) is basic, while (4) involves a further movement of . ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revision of the author's thesis (Ph. DUniversity of Copenhagen, ).

    The Japanese language is known for its sentence-final particles (SFPs hereafter) that express modality. Although modality would seem to be inseparable from context, only a limited number of studies have explicated the nature of SFPs based on data from conversations. This paper discusses the functions of SFP kana, based on occurrences of the particle from over 7 hours of recorded conversation. Transparency Market Research offers meticulously researched market studies backed by 4 million hours of research experience. Currently handling over client queries each day, it covers over 60 countries around the world. Also, million data points are captured each year.

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Analysis of a Cayuga particle: ne:" as a focus marker by Anna Keusen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Its analysis as a focus marker can account for the variety of apparently unrelated functions. The analysis is based on a detailed study of the particle' s distribution in spoken language using a database of five Cayuga texts by four different speakers, including three narratives, one procedural text and a children 's version of a ceremonial text.

ONLINE Glottolog Resources for Cayuga. n.a. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. oai::cayu Studies by earlier authors. The first book devoted to the study of Chinese particles, 《語助》, was written by Lu Yi-Wei (盧以緯) in the period of the Yuan Dynasty (–).

Later important works include 《助字辨略》 (Some Notes on the Helping Words) by Liu Qi (劉淇) and 《經傳釋詞》 (Explanations of the Articles Found in the Classics) by Wang Yin-Zhi (王引之.

A Preliminary Bibliography on Focus. Analysis of a Cayuga Particle: ne: ' as a Focus Marker. Aspektsemantik und Lexikonorganisation: Beobachtungen zum Cayuga Author: Hans-Jürgen Sasse and Leila Behrens.

The grammatical particles (助詞 joshi) used in the Kagoshima dialects of Japanese have many features in common with those of other dialects spoken in Kyūshū, with some being unique to the Kagoshima standard Japanese particles, they act as suffixes, adpositions or words immediately following the noun, verb, adjective or phrase that they modify, and are used to indicate the.

(To appear) Language and Linguistics 5 The structure of the fragment question Merchant’s () analysis English question and short answer pair in (13), as argued by Merchant ( 2. BA: /As a modal particle, BA may be used to suggest, to command, to indicate probability, or to express uncertainty/.

When giving advice BA is added at the end of the sentence to implore by using a soft tone. E.g. Bie zoule BA. (Please don =t go). NE: /Similar to the modal particle BA, NE expresses uncertainty. Unlike BA, however, it. All Japonic languages have a topic marker and a number of other focus markers.

Some examples from Naha Okinawan. First, the topic marker =ya: ʔanra nsuu=ya kam-i-busa-n. miso=TOP -FIN 'I want to eat ʔanransuu [miso-fried pork].' The emphatic focus particle =du: saataa ʔanragi=du kam-i-busa-ru.

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Madhumita Barbora studies the clause-final particle ne in direct yes-no questions in Assamese. She claims that in Assamese yes-no questions an abstract question morpheme is present in the complementizer position and that the particle ne is not a question particle but rather a [+wh] disjunctive marker.

The book closes with three phonology papers. particle is derived to be in the ‘final’ position. (8) [CONJP CP [Conj CP] Such an analysis cannot account for the non-final order of the yes/no particle in HBO in (4)-(6); moreover, if this particle is simply a disjunction marker, one would expect it to never occur with a wh.

The focus marker shi occurs in the marker for contrastive negation, bu-shi. Yeh () analyzes the distinction between the two forms of negation bu/mei and bu-shi in Mandarin as follows: bu/mei is used to negate a proposition, whereas bu-shi is a negative focus marker, which is used for the contrastive negation of single constituents.

Japanese and Korean are typologically quite similar languages, and the linguistic phenomena of the former often hve counterparts in the latter. These collections from the annual Japanese/Korean linguistics conference include essays on the phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, discourse analysis, prosody, and psycholinguistics of both languages.

Such comparative. This paper argues that fragment question (FQ) in Mandarin Chinese is derived from topic movement and TP deletion, contributing to the growing body of evidence that sentence fragments are syntactically full clauses (Merchant ).

Structurally, an FQ consists of a topic-like constituent followed by a particle ne, which functions as a topic marker and as a constituent question particle. §1. I.2 offers an overview of the scholarship on Greek particles up to the beginning of the Renaissance. The first authors in this period who paid considerable attention to the description of Greek words were Budaeus (Budé) in his Commentarii Linguae Graecae fromand Stephanus (Estienne) in his Thesaurus Linguae us, a Greek scholar working in Rome, was the first.

This book represents the first comprehensive overview over the history of negation in German. It addresses both the development of the negation particles as well as the diachrony of indefinites in the scope of negation and the phenomenon of Negative Concord.

Being based on a corpus study of several Old and Middle High German texts, it comprises a wealth of historical examples with additional. L2 = locative2 case-marker or prefix L3 = locative3 case-marker or prefix L4 = the archaic locative enclitic =/ne/ MID = middle prefix MOD = modal prefix NEG = negative particle NH = non-human NOM = nominative ORD = suffix that forms ordinal numbers P = patient (object of a transitive verb) PF = present-future, or the marker of.

SUMMARYThe copula in present-day Swahili is primarily expressed with the non-variant item ni in all persons. Historical documents show that the copula situation was markedly different as recently as two centuries ago.

There was a full verb -li "to be" which was used only with locative sentences, while in equa-tional sentences there was no expressed copula.

M existed only as a focus particle of. EMC DES-1B Updated Specialist - Implementation Engineer, Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) Exam Dumps Reviews, EMC DES-1B21 Dumps Reviews Apart from what has been mentioned above, our company aims to relieve clients of difficulties and help you focus on reviewing efficiently, that is the reason why we have established great reputations and maintained harmonious relationships with.

on the Analysis of Micro-Particles in Archaeological Samples (WAMPAS),” held in December at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, was the inspiration for this book.

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This book addresses the long discussed issue of Japanese interactive markers (traditionally called sentence-final particles) in a new light, and provides the comprehensive linguistic documentation of the interactional functions of seven interactive markers: ne, na, yo, sa, wa, zo and adopting three key notions, ‘involvement’, ‘formality’ and ‘gender’, the study not only.Morphological Analysis of the Story, Ne ' e Thiyoriwa Ne' Yah Nonwa Onen Teshatahsehs Ne Ohkwari', Sue-Ann McGeragle: There is a growing interest in the study of aboriginal languages.

One aspect of study is the analysis of a language using various forms of text.I suggest that what looks like a scalar focus particle carries an uninterpretable focus feature only when it is part of a minimizer expression or is attached to an indeterminate. 28 For this reason as well, De´prez’s (, ) ‘‘numeral zero’’ analysis of French, mentioned in footnote