（Linguistische Arbeiten, 420）
M. Niemeyer, 2000
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Includes bibliographical references
This collection of articles examines lexical and grammatical aspects of verbal elements and phrases in the context of recent generative research. General questions concern definitions of grammatical categories, classifications of auxiliaries and particles as functional categories, and problems of economy. Lexical matters range from affixation and category change (participles, gerunds) to semantic representations of specific verb classes (possessive, phrasal and intransitive verbs). The syntactic analyses focus on positional arrangements of aspectual and verbal units (V2, Verb Raising). The data are mainly drawn from English; perspectives on other Germanic languages are included.
Contents: I. Verbal Categories in Syntax and Lexicon: Gisa Rauh, Don't Call it >X< or: Why X does not Represent Grammatical Categories. - Hildegard Farke, Functional Affixes and Downward Percolation. - Jelena Krivokapic, The -ing-Affixes: towards a Classification. - Stefanie Bode, One be: One Syntactic Function. - II. Verb Classes, Lexical Representations, and Syntactic Reflexes: Anja Wanner, Intransitive Verbs as Case Assigners. - Nicole Dehe, English Particle Verbs: Particles as Functional Categories. - Joachim Tuschinsky, The Lexical-Conceptual Structure of English Verbs of Possession. - Alexander Kaiser, Subject-there as an Adverb. - III. Verb Positions and Movement: Claudia Felser, Aspectual Complement Clauses and the (Un-)Availability of Verb Raising. - Hans Thilo Tappe, Verb-Second, Alternatives, and Economy. - Hero Janssen, Types of VP-Preposing.
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