Browse Illinois Research and Scholarship by Subject "Pseudocoordination"
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(Polish Cognitive Linguistics Association & University of Wrocław, 2016-12)Morphemes indicating direction away from the deictic center can signal an unexpected event, without necessarily indicating motion in space: Look what he went and did this time! These surprise readings have puzzled researchers ...
Pseudocoordinación del tipo TOMAR Y en eurasia: 50 años después [pseudocoordination with TAKE AND in eurasia: 50 years later] (2017-08-03)In 1966, Eugenio Coseriu published his article "Tomo y me voy" that dealt with the construction [‘take and’ + verb], which expresses the onset of an action, often with a sense of surprise or disapproval. He gathered examples ...
Verbal Pseudocoordination in English: A syntactic analysis with reference to diachronic, dialectal and cross-linguistic variation (2013-01)Pseudocoordination is a term that encompasses any natural language phenomenon in which apparent coordination (the presence of and) does not correspond to strictly coordinative syntax or semantics. For verbal pseudocoordination ...
(LSO Working Papers in Linguistics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2015)An investigation of the morphological restrictions in English and Faroese pseudocoordination constructions of the form "try and" based on fieldwork in the Faroe Islands.