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Thu Sep 27 2007

Books: Morphology/Syntax/Semantics: Rodrigues Pereira

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        1.    Ulrich Lueders, Formação De Verbos Em Português: Rodrigues Pereira


Message 1: Formação De Verbos Em Português: Rodrigues Pereira
Date: 24-Sep-2007
From: Ulrich Lueders <lincom.europat-online.de>
Subject: Formação De Verbos Em Português: Rodrigues Pereira
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Title: Formação De Verbos Em Português
Subtitle: Afixação Heterocategorial
Series Title: LINCOM Studies in Romance Linguistics 56
Published: 2007
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
                http://www.lincom.eu

Author: Rui Abel Rodrigues Pereira
Paperback: ISBN: 9783895860829 Pages: 396 Price: Europe EURO 72.00
Abstract:

Neste estudo descreve-se a formação de verbos heterocategoriais (denominais
ou deadjectivais) através de operações de afixação: prefixação (com a(d)-,
en- e es-), sufixação (com -e-, -ej-, -iz-, -ific-, -e(s)c-, -it-, -ic-) e
parassíntese/circunfixação (a…e-, a…ej-, a…e(s)c-, a…ent-, a…iz-, en…e-,
en…ej-, en…e(s)c-, en…ent-, en…iz-, es…e-, es…ej-, es…e(s)c-, es…iz-).

Em primeiro lugar, analisam-se as condições de natureza fonológica,
morfológica, categorial e semântica que caracterizam as bases lexicais
seleccionadas por cada processo/afixo (cap. II). Em seguida, descrevem-se,
em capítulos específicos, as propriedades semânticas (cap. III),
argumentais (cap. IV), aspectuais e eventivas (cap. V) que caracterizam os
verbos derivados. A investigação realizada permitiu verificar que a
formação de verbos heterocategoriais resulta de um processo de
co-composição em que participam as bases e os afixos. Cada afixo possui
propriedades fonológicas, distribucionais, sintáctico-categoriais,
argumentais, semântico- -aspectuais e socio-dialectais que se repercutem em
vários domínios da estrutura dos produtos derivacionais. Por outras
palavras, a especificidade de cada afixo não assenta apenas no acréscimo
formal da base, mas também no tipo de restrições/condições que impõe sobre
as bases que selecciona e na informação sintáctica, semântica e aspectual
que transporta para os produtos que integra.

In this research project we describe the formation of denominal and
deadjectival verbs in contemporary Portuguese language using affixation
processes: prefixation (with a(d)-, en- e es-), suffixation (with -e-,
-ej-, -iz-, -ific-, -e(s)c-, -it-, -ic-) and parasynthesis/circumfixation
(a…e-, a…ej-, a…e(s)c-, a…ent-, a…iz-, en…e-, en…ej-, en…e(s)c-, en…ent-,
en…iz-, es…e-, es…ej-, es…e(s)c-, es…iz-). First, we analysed the
phonological, morphological, categorical and semantic conditions that
characterize the lexical bases selected by each derivational process/affix
(chapter II). Secondly, in specific chapters, we describe the semantic
(chapter III), argumental (chapter IV), aspectual and eventive (chapter V)
properties that characterize derived verbs.

The research done permitted us to verify that the formation of denominal
and deadjectival verbs results from a process of co-composition where both
bases and affixes participate. Each affix contains phonological,
distributional, syntactic-categorical, argumental, semantic-aspectual and
socio-dialectical properties that have repercussions on various domains of
the derivational products' structure. In other words, the specificity of
each affix is not based solely on the formal increase of the base, but also
on the type of restrictions/conditions that it imposes on the bases it
selects and on the syntactic, semantic and aspectual information it
transports to the products that it integrates (written in Portuguese).

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
                            Semantics
                            Syntax

Subject Language(s): Portuguese (por)

Written In: Portuguese (por )

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