Amusement Philosophique Sur Le Langage Des Bestes (1739) by Guillaume-Hyacinthe Bougeant

By Guillaume-Hyacinthe Bougeant

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Locutions prépositives notionnelles. Français Moderne LXXV-2: 209–226. J. 1975. Deletion and proform reduction. Journal of Linguistics. 11(2): 213–237. Azoulay, A. 1978. Article défini et relations anaphoriques en français. Recherches linguistiques 7: 5–46. Bally, C. 1950. Linguistique générale et linguistique française. Berne: Francke. Borillo, A. 1988. Le lexique de l’espace: Les noms et les adjectifs de localisation interne. Cahiers de grammaire 13: 1–22. Borillo, A. 1992. Le lexique de l’espace: Prépositions et locutions prépositionnelles de lieu en français.

French compound prepositions, prepositional locutions and prepositional phrases (8) On lui a annoncé la nouvelle et il s’est évanoui sous le choc. ’ Sous le choc in example (8) denotes the state of the subject, a thing that can stand on its own, and not the reason that relies on this particular state. Anaphora could be activated only by pragmatic inference: according to our encyclopedic knowledge, something must have caused this state of shock. In other words, a shock is a violent reaction to some kind of stimulus (in our case, the news).

Allerton University of Basle, Switzerland Spatio-temporal adpositions (whether prepositions or postpositions) and spatio-temporal adverbs have a close relationship; indeed many modern grammarians regard such prepositions as “into” or “in” together with such spatial adverbs as “overhead” or “over” as subclasses of a single class. The question therefore arises what sort of structure English phrases like “far away over the hills” or German “am Ufer entlang” have, because they apparently include both a (modified) adverb and a preposition phrase.

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