LINGUIST List 11.588

Thu Mar 16 2000

Qs: NP/Negative Particle, Ancient Greek Infinitive

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  1. Marina Vassiliou, Negative Particles in NP
  2. Marina Vassiliou, Ancient Greek infinitives

Message 1: Negative Particles in NP

Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 12:29:47 +0200
From: Marina Vassiliou <mvasilsp.gr>
Subject: Negative Particles in NP

Dear Linguist members,


we are currently working on the use of negative particles within the

boundaries of the NP, eg. 


o mi polemos

the not war


i ochi epitichimeni epemvasi 

the not succesful invasion


We are looking for relevant work and we would be grateful if you could
help us with references. A summary will be posted to the list.


Thank you very much for your help.


Marina Vassiliou

Stella Markantonatou

Institute for Language and Speech Processing

Athens, Greece
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Message 2: Ancient Greek infinitives

Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 13:33:44 +0200
From: Marina Vassiliou <mvasilsp.gr>
Subject: Ancient Greek infinitives

Dear linguist members,


I would very much appreciate it, if you could help me find references
about Ancient Greek infinitives. My research comprises infinitival
complement and adjunct clauses and focuses on the status and
properties of the infinitival subject.

I would also appreciate any suggestions concerning the following related
questions:


1. Are there control structures in Ancient Greek?

2. Is there Exceptional Case Marking in Ancient Greek?

3. Where does the infinitival subject take its case from?



Thanks,
Marina
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