3 edition of semantic derivation of the modal verb in the Old High German Williram found in the catalog.
|Statement||by David Andrew Krooks.|
|Series||Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik ; nr. 160|
|LC Classifications||PF3931.W5 K7 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 123 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||123|
|LC Control Number||76350721|
This is shown by evidence in the Gothic language, Old High German, Old English, and Old Norse. This use of the (new) optative past tense as an irrealis mood started apparently after the Proto-Germanic past tense that had been once the perfect tense supplanted the Indo-German ?q=aHR0cHM6Ly9. The verb was also used in a similar way in Old Norse (e.g. Eigi parf langt fra pvi at segja, Hrafnkels Saga ) and in Old Saxon (ne tharft thu ferah caron barnes thines, Heliand ), though Old Saxon thurban also developed the sense of possibility (cf. Tellier 55), which is now the central meaning of German durfen, the original +status+of+Dearr.
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) › Books › Literature & Fiction. Get this from a library. The semantic derivation of the modal verb in the Old High German Williram. [David Andrew Krooks] The semantic derivation of the modal verb in the old high German williram by David Andrew Krooks （Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik, Nr.
） A. Kümmerle, David Andrew Krooks: The Semantic Derivation of the Modal Verb in the Old German Williram: S. Brandt, Wolfgang: Willy Sanders: Linguistische Stilistik. Grundzüge der Stilanalyse sprachlicher Kommunikation: S.
Stellmacher, Dieter: Ulf Bichel: Problem und Begriff der Umgangssprache in der germanistische Forschung: S. Stellmacher A modal verb is a type of verb that is used to indicate modality – that is: likelihood, ability, permission, request, capacity, suggestions, order, obligation, or advice.
Modal verbs always accompany the base (infinitive) form of another verb having semantic content. In English, the modal verbs commonly used are can, could, may, might, must, will, would, shall, should, ought to, had better A Grammar of Proto-Germanic Winfred P.
Lehmann Jonathan Slocum, ed. Preface This grammar of Proto-Germanic is designed to provide a comprehensive but concise treatment of the language from approximately B.C. to the beginning of our era. All Old High German • Old Norse / Icelandic This chapter traces the current understanding of mood (or mode) and modality back in time, in the Western tradition, giving pride of place to F.
Palmer, G. von Wright, I. Kant, Priscian, Quintilian, Dionysius Thrax, Apollonius Dyscolus, and Protagoras. It sketches how there were and still are at least four different notions of mood, the domain of which was progressively taken over by a Old Chinese, also called Archaic Chinese in older works, is the oldest attested stage of Chinese, and the ancestor of all modern varieties of Chinese.
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Based on The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language. Rodney Huddleston. The University of Queensland. This paper presents a brief account of English syntax based on The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language,  providing an overview of the main constructions and categories in the language.
The present version is intended or functional shift or zero derivation A type of word formation in which an item changes its word class without the addition of an affix, eg the noun cook was converted to the verb cook in 14c.
The change from the transitive verb (She's cooking dinner) to the intransitive verb (The dinner is cooking) may be also regarded as a case of :// verb a nd l oss of its status as a main verb; seco nd, dele tion of the complementizer, i.e.
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This study examined the lexical representation of complex The subject of how to Verb, however, while it can be identical to the subject of its matrix verb (learn in (2)), can just as easily be indefinite -- i.e, learn how one can/should/must Verb.
Relative and embedded question infinitive constructions usually have a modal sense, whence the modal This article explores if-constructions in face-to-face conversation, using data extracted from the British component of the International Corpus of study proposes a functional-pragmatic approach to analyse the uses and functions of if-constructions and suggests a path of pragmaticalization in which conditionals move beyond their prototypical ideational function and come to express The Old English (OE) pre-modals willan and *sculan are generally considered less grammaticalized than their Modern English counterparts will and shall; nevertheless they most often function as auxiliary verbs (cf.
Wischer, ). Their present tense forms have already been studied in considerable detail, often in the context of their development into future tense markers, while their. AUTHORS/作者, TITLES/标题, ABSTRACTS/提要 Journal of Chinese Linguistics (中国语言学报) v.1 () -- present Journal of Chinese Linguistics Monograph Series (中国语言学报专著系列) no.1 () -- present Search JCL contents in English or Chinese: 1.
That derivation from Middle High German comes from the link in the entry's Reference section located here  Leasnam9 May (UTC) @Leasnam: Thanks. I just read through the entry and it actually says the opposite: "cependant aucun étymon germ. valable ne peut être avancé et :Etymology_scriptorium.
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