2 edition of Evidentiality and perception verbs in English and German found in the catalog.
Evidentiality and perception verbs in English and German
Richard J. Whitt
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Richard J. Whitt.|
|Series||German linguistic and cultural studies -- v. 26|
|LC Classifications||PF3318 .W55 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009042873|
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Whitt, R. J. (). Evidentiality and perception verbs in English and German: a corpus-based analysis from the early modern period to the present. The book offers the first collection of papers which explicitly deal with the linguistic realization of evidentiality in European languages. The contributions summarize relevant previous research and develop new perspectives on the view of evidentiality.
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Evidentiality and Perception Verbs in English and German Richard J. Whitt Evidentiality, the linguistic encoding of a speaker’s or writer’s evidence for an asserted proposition, has begun to receive serious attention from linguists only in the last quarter century.
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Cited by: Evidentiality, the linguistic encoding of a speaker's or writer's evidence for an asserted proposition, has begun to receive serious attention from linguists only in the last quarter century. Much of this attention has focused on languages that encode evidentiality in the grammar, while Evidentiality and perception verbs in English and German book less interest has been shown in languages that express evidentiality through means other than.
Evidentiality and Perception Verbs in English and German perception verbs in English and German across all five sensory modalities and accounts for the range of evidential meanings by examining the general polysemy found among perception verbs, as well as the specific complementation patterns in which these verbs occur.
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Auditory evidentiality in English and German: The case of perception verbs Richard J. Whitt * Department of German Studies, School of Languages, Linguistics, and Cultures, The University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PL, UK Received 21 June ; received in revised form 3 November ; accepted 4 November Available online 12 December Abstract Evidentiality, the.
Whitt, R.J. Auditory evidentiality in English and German: The case of perception verbs. Lingua Whitt, R.J. Evidentiality and Perception Verbs in English and German.
Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag. Willett, T. A cross-linguistic survey of the grammaticalization of evidentiality. Studies in Language 12(1): Journal of Pragmatics 43 () – ARTICLE INFO Article history: Received 2 July Received in revised form 8 July Accepted 12 July Keywords: Evidentiality Subjectivity Intersubjectivity Perception Verbs English German ABSTRACT The verbs of perception—verbs denoting sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste—are often used to.
English smell and German riechen cover olfactory per- ception, while English taste and German schmecken represent gustatory perception. Olfactory Perception smell In the Helsinki Corpus, there are a total of twenty attestations of smell, one (5%) of which may be evidential.
A Typology of Perception Verbs As shown by Whitt (, ), the inferential use is characteristic of a subclass of perception verbs he calls object-oriented perception verbs. Other terms of reference for this subclass are stimulus subject perception verbs (Levin ) and phenomenon-based verbs (Viberg ).
We will follow. Get this from a library. Evidentiality and perception verbs in English and German. [Richard J Whitt]. This paper presents the results of a corpus-based investigation of the role of the first-person plural pronoun in the construction of intersubjective meaning among evidential perception verbs of sight and sound in English and German (with most attention being given to written rather than spoken data).
Whereas the first-person singular pronoun only signifies that the evidence rests solely with. In English grammar, a verb of perception is a verb that conveys the experience of one of the physical senses. A few examples would be see, watch, look, hear, listen, feel, and taste.
A verb of perception is also called a perception verb or perceptual verb. Distinctions can be drawn between subject-oriented and object-oriented verbs of perception.
Get this from a library. Evidentiality and Perception Verbs in English and German. [Richard J Whitt] -- Evidentiality, the linguistic encoding of a speaker’s or writer’s evidence for an asserted proposition, has begun to receive serious attention from linguists only in the last quarter century.
Much of. In linguistics, evidentiality is, broadly, the indication of the nature of evidence for a given statement; that is, whether evidence exists for the statement and if so, what kind. An evidential (also verificational or validational) is the particular grammatical element (affix, clitic, or particle) that indicates ges with only a single evidential have had terms such as.
Perception verbs—verbs referring to visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, gustatory perception, can not only denote the perceptual act but also serve as the speaker/writer’s evidence of an asserted proposition.
As for evidentiality, visual perception verbs encode the source of information of the. Request PDF | Evidentiality in German: Linguistic realization and regularities in grammaticalization | This book is a comprehensive study of the evidential system in German.
It presents a. This paper provides an overview of verbal markers of evidentiality in Early Modern German ( to ) in light of Boye’s propositional scope hypothesis.
The markers under investigation include the semi-auxiliary scheinen (‘to shine, appear, seem’) and the perception verbs sehen (‘see’) and hören (‘hear’).
I show that, although Boye’s hypothesis sheds new light on and calls. The study has revealed interesting similarities and differences in the uses and complementation patterns adopted by object-oriented perception verbs in both written and oral English and Spanish. a Evidentiality, Polysemy, and the Verbs of Perception in English and German.
Linguistic Realization of Evidentiality in European Languages ed. by Gabriele Diewald & Elena Smirnova. [PDF] Space in Tense: The interaction of tense, aspect, evidentiality and speech acts in Korean (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today) [PDF] Evidentiality and Perception Verbs in English and German; Evidentiality and Perception Verbs in English and German.Part of the Argumentation Library book series (ARGA, Kasper, and Peter Harder.
Evidentiality: Linguistic categories and grammaticalization. Functions of Language 65– Google Scholar. Boye, Kasper. Reference and clausal perception-verb complements. Evidentiality and perception verbs in English and German.