8 edition of Evidentiality and epistemic modality in Spanish (semi-)auxiliaries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -306) and indexes.
|Statement||by Bert Cornillie.|
|Series||Applications of cognitive linguistics -- 5|
|LC Classifications||PC4315.A8 C67 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 313 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||2007042931|
It distinguishes between: 1 Synthetic - that is, the mood of verbs, simplified in a binary subjunctive vs. Similarly, Robertsapud Wurmbrand following Zubizarreta argues that epistemic modals do not assign a subject theta-role, but deontic modals assign an adjunct theta role to the surface subject. Modality: Studies in form and function. We may speak of: i epistemic necessity - logically entailed by what is known, practical inference, deduction; ii epistemic possibility - compatible with what is known, speculation, prediction; iii evidentiality — the evidential basis for what is said.
Riccioni, C. Aijmer, Karin In: Manfred Bierwisch and Karl E. The 'must' in this sentence thus expresses epistemic modality, for 'for all we know', Agatha must be the murderer - where 'for all we know' is relative to some knowledge the speakers possess. Antwerp Papers in Linguistics, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp.
Epistemic modality is the modality of curious people like historians, detectives and futurologists. Two-place predicates assign two theta-roles: an internal theta-role for the infinitive and an external subject theta-role, whereas one place predicates assign only one theta-role, i. Special issue: L. Probability and measure 2nd ed. One of the main characteristic of modal verbs is their relatively imprecise and indeterminate meaning, their ambiguity: the same modal can be deontic i. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 16 4 : —
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Evidence for evidentiality in Danish. The coding of evidentiality: a comparative look at Georgian and Italian. Subjectivity: Between discourse and conceptualization. Degree granting institution: Georgetown U, Semantically, the category of mood distinguishes between factual related to facts in reality — the indicative mood and non-factual the subjunctive, the infinitive and the imperative : I.
Linguistic Typology, 2 1pp. The controversy regarding modality does not end with the problem of defining it, because the classification of modal verbs seems to be just as complicated a matter.
Bob would be hungry by now. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur, pp. Chafe, Wallace and Johanna Nichols eds. Cinque, G. Evidentiality and Relevance. Discourse Studies 13 6 : — Facchinetti, Roberta and Frank Palmer eds. Evidential and Epistemic Strategies in Discourse. Typological approaches to modality.
Introduction: evidentiality and related notions. Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex. In contrast, many other languages including QuechuaAymaraand Yukaghir require the speaker to mark the main verb or the sentence as a whole for evidentiality, or offer an optional set of affixes for indirect evidentiality, with direct experience being the default assumed mode of evidentiality.
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Sentences often are ambiguous between the two readings. Evidentiality and Epistemic Modality: Setting Boundaries. Amsterdam: Johns Benjamins. In: A. In: Barcelona, Antonio, Evidentiality and epistemic modality in Spanish book Revisited focuses on semantic-pragmatic based frameworks for the study of evidentials and evidential strategies in European languages (Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Lithuanian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish).
The book also presents discourse-pragmatic studies, with special emphasis on the use of evidential and. Jun 13, · Evidentiality Revisited focuses on semantic-pragmatic based frameworks for the study of evidentials and evidential strategies in European languages (Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Lithuanian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish).
The book also presents discourse-pragmatic studies, with special emphasis on the use of evidential and. Nov 01, · One evidentiality strategy that is particularly common in casual Colombian Spanish is dizque, literally 'it is said that'.
Deriving from the verb decir 'say' its most common uses are to mark reported speech and hearsay, and as such it is often paraphrasable by dicen que 'they say that', or se dice que 'it is said that'.May 14, · 1.
EPISTEMIC MODALITY describes the speaker’s pdf as to how “necessary” a situation is. 2. DEONTIC MODALITY 5/14/ 21 Most of the modal auxiliaries in English have both epistemic and deontic functions, though some tend to express one more than the other.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Applications of Cognitive Linguistics [ACL]: Evidentiality and epistemic modality in spanish (semi) Auxilaries 5 by Cornillie Bert (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay!
Free shipping for many products!In linguistics, modality is a system of ebook options that allows for expressing ebook speaker's general intentions (or illocutionary point) as well as the speaker's belief as to whether the proposition expressed is true, obligatory, desirable, or actual.
Modal options can be realized by word order (), modal auxiliaries and modal tjarrodbonta.commes, the term mood is used to refer to both mood.