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Query:   Sum: Particle Movement
Author:  StThGries StThGries
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Syntax

Summary:   DEAR LINGUIST LISTERS, ABOUT A MONTH AGO I POSTED A QUERY REGARDING
LITERATURE ON 'PARTICLE MOVEMENT' IN ENGLISH OR, TO BE MORE PRECISE,
LITERATURE ON FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE POSITION OF THE PARTICLE IN
TRANSITIVE PHRASAL-VERB CONSTRUCTIONS SUCH AS

(1) A. JOHN BROUGHT BACK THE BOOK.
B. JOHN BROUGHT THE BOOK BACK.

IN THE BEGINNING, I'D LIKE TO THANK VERY MUCH ALL OF THOSE WHO
RESPONDED AND SHARED THEIR KNOWLEDGE WITH ME. APART FROM SOME VERY
VALUABLE HINTS I EVEN RECEIVED OFFERS TO SEND ME UNPUBLISHED PAPERS OR
TO SHARE THE UP TO NOW UNPUBLISHED RESULTS OF RECENT RESEARCH
CONCERNING THE TOPIC IN QUESTION. ADDITIONALLY, SOME ANSWERS WERE
SUGGESTIONS CONCERNING METHODOLOGICAL MATTERS OR EXCEPTIONS FROM THE
RULES GENERALLY CITED. NOW THAT I HAVE MANAGED TO MAIL MY ANSWERS TO
ALL OFF THEM INDIVIDUALLY (MY SINCERE APOLOGIES TO THOSE WHO HAD HAD TO
WAIT UNEXPECTEDLY LONG FOR THEIR ANSWERS) I WANT TO POST THE SUMMARY
OF ALL THOSE WHO CONTRIBUTED TO MY RESEARCH FOLLOWED BY THEIR
SUGGESTIONS OR REFERENCES (IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER):

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AARTS, BAS (B.AARTS@UCL.AK.UK):
DEAR STEFAN GRIES,
REGARDING YOUR QUERY ON LINGUIST, YOU MAY WANT TO HAVE A LOOK AT A
PAPER OF MINE IN THE JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS, 25.2, 1989, 277-290:
`VERB-PREPOSITION CONSTRUCTIONS AND SMALL CLAUSES IN ENGLISH' (AND
REFERENCES CITED THERE). THIS ARTICLE ALSO APPEARS IN MODIFIED FORM
IN MY BOOK _SMALL CLAUSES IN ENGLISH: THE NONVERBAL TYPES_. NEW YORK
AND BERLIN: MOUTON DE GRUYTER. 1992. HOPE THIS IS HELPFUL. BAS AARTS

CAMERON, RICHARD (RCAMERON@UIC.EDU)
FOR AN ARTICLE WHICH INVESTIGATES

LL Issue: 8.879
Date Posted: 15-Jun-1997
Original Query: Read original query