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Query:   Resultatives in English and Icelandic
Author:  Matthew Whelpton
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Semantics
Syntax

Summary:   REGARDING QUERY: HTTP://LINGUISTLIST.ORG/ISSUES/17/17-757.HTML#1

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING LINGUISTS FOR THEIR EXTREMELY HELPFUL REPLIES: CRISTIANO
BROCCIAS, JAVIER PEREZ GUERRA, JASPER HOLMES, CHAO LI, JOSE-
LUIS MENDIVIL, RICHARD HUDSON, ANDREW MCINTYRE, HANS C. BOAS AND JANET
RANDALL.

A REFERENCE LIST IS GIVEN BELOW. MY OWN PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF RESULTATIVES IN
ICELANDIC IS NOW AVAILABLE AT: HTTP://LING.AUF.NET/LINGBUZZ/000292. I HAVE
ALSO ADDED ONE OR TWO NEW REFERENCES MYSELF.

CHAO LI INCLUDED THIS USEFUL GROUP OF REFERENCES TO SCANDINAVIAN
RESULTATIVES:
ICELANDIC: (LEVIN & RAPPAPORT HOVAV, 1995, P. 45)
DANISH: (GREEN, 1975)
NORWEGIAN: (DIMITROVA-VULCHANOVA, 2003; KRATZER, 2005; LØDRUP, 2000;
OYA, 2002)
NORWEGIAN RESULTATIVE PARTICLES: (ÅFARLI, 1985)

MANY THANKS TO THE COMMUNITY FOR ITS HELP WITH THIS!
MATTHEW.

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CONSTRUCTIONS. NORDIC JOURNAL OF LINGUISTICS, 8, 75-98.
BECK, S., AND SNYDER, WILLIAM. (2001). THE RESULTATIVE PARAMETER AND
RESTITUTIVE AGAIN. IN C. F. A. W. STERNEFELD (ED.), AUDIATUR VOX SAPIENTIAE— A
FESTSCHRIFT FOR ARNIM VON STECHOW (PP. 48-69). BERLIN: AKADEMIE VERLAG.
BOAS, H. C. (2003). RESULTATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS IN ENGLISH AND GERMAN.
STANFORD: CSLI PUBLICATIONS.
BOAS, H. C. (2005). DETERMINING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF RESULTATIVES: A REPLY TO
GOLDBERG AND JACKENDOFF. LANGUAGE, 81(2), 448-464.
BROCCIAS, C. (2003). THE ENGLISH CHANGE NETWORK: FORCING CHANGES INTO
SCHEMAS. BERLIN: MOUTON DE GRUYTER.
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TAYLOR, M. G. BUSÀ & S. GESUATO (EDS.), LINGUA INGLESE E MEDIAZIONE
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(2), 474-477.
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LL Issue: 17.1868
Date Posted: 23-Jun-2006
Original Query: Read original query