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Mon Apr 11 2005

TOC: Belgian Journal of Linguistics 18 (2004)

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        1.    Paul Peranteau, Belgian Journal of Linguistics vol. 18 (2004)


Message 1: Belgian Journal of Linguistics vol. 18 (2004)

Date: 08-Apr-2005
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Belgian Journal of Linguistics vol. 18 (2004)


Publisher: John Benjamins
http://www.benjamins.com/

Journal Title: Belgian Journal of Linguistics
Volume Number: 18
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2004


Main Text:

Table of contents

Part One - Syntactic Issues

Introduction i

The Layered Internal Structure of Spatial PPs
Seiki Ayano 3

The Particularity of Particles, or Why They Are Not Just "Intransitive Prepositions"
Bert Cappelle 29

Some Observations on the Syntax of Adpositions of Movement
Ludo Melis 59

Locative Complements of Verbs of Movement in Czech: Some Typical Structures and
Their Interpretation
Marta Ungermanová 87

Pronominal Adverbs Containing Adpositions of Direction in Dutch: Formation and
Splitting
Ingrid Van Canegem-Ardijns and William Van Belle 115

On 'Syntactic' versus 'Semantic' Telicity: Evidence from In and On
Emma Thomas 145

Directionality and the Complementation of Dutch Adpositions
Jesse Tseng 167

Part Two - Semantic Issues

Catalan Adpositions of 'Movement' as Aspectual Particles: Cap (a) and Fins (a)
Nuria Alturo 197

Vers and Contre:Two Ways of Expressing Spatial Direction in French
Andrée Borillo 225

Rethinking English 'Prepositions of Movement':The Case of To and Through
Vyvyan Evans and Andrea Tyler 247

Polysemy in Basque Locational Cases
Iraide Ibarretxe-Antuñano 271

Motion, Path, and Aspect: The Case of the German Path Adpositions Über and Durch
Birgitta Meex 299



Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
General Linguistics
Semantics

Subject Language(s): Basque (BSQ)
Catalan-valencian-balear (CLN)
Czech (CZC)
Dutch (DUT)
English (ENG)
French (FRN)
German, Standard (GER)
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