LINGUIST List 31.2118
Tue Jun 30 2020
FYI: L'Encyclopédie grammaticale du français (EGF)
Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>
Peter Lauwers <peter.lauwers
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With apologies for multiple postings
We are pleased to announce the publication of two new entries on the site of the Encyclopédie grammaticale du français (EGF) :
– Paradigmatique : le statut des catégories (‘Paradigmatics : on the status of categories’ ; 8 pages, by the editorial board’)
– Les Verbes attributifs (‘Copular verbs’ ; 45 pages, by P. Lauwers, E. Tobback and N. Van Wettere)
The EGF is a peer-reviewed knowledge base that publishes states-of-the art on a whole range of descriptive topics related to French grammar and linguistics. It is freely accessible on the website http://www.encyclogram.fr/
The EGF currently includes 27 articles totaling 870 pages. Twenty new contributions are in preparation.
The articles are commissioned by the editorial board and written by specialists of the topic at hand. They are subject to a thorough review process and intended to be updated as needed.
On the EGF website, you will find a description of the objectives of the EGF, the details of the editorial process, a table of contents, and a terminology index.
A search interface is available for each individual record and for the entire database. It is also possible to register to be notified of new publications.
With our best regards,
The editorial board
Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics; Semantics; Syntax
Subject Language(s): French (fra)
Page Updated: 30-Jun-2020