By Alain PolguŠre, Igor A. Mel'cuk
Dependency in traditional language / Igor Melʹčuk -- at the prestige of words in head-driven word constitution grammar : representation through a completely lexical therapy of extraction / Sylvain Kahane -- developing a listing of surface-syntactic kinfolk : valence-controlled surface-syntactic dependents of the verb in French / Lidija Iordanskaja and Igor Melʹčuk -- Linear placement of Serbian clitics in a syntactic dependency framework / Jasmina Milićević
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C) Morph-D is neither transitive nor anti-transitive. In most cases, Morph-D is antitransitive: w1–morph→w2 and w2–morph→w3 entails ¬(w1–morph→w3). Thus, in Rus. Ja vižu [= w1] krasivuju [= w3] knigu [= w2] (I see [a] beautiful book) there is no direct Morph-D between the verb and the adjective. There are, however, cases where Morph-D is transitive: w1–morph→w2 and w2–morph→w3 entails w1–morph→w3. ACC (I [a woman] knew him young). INSTR vs. 9 According to Definition 2, Morph-D means the imposition of a grammeme.
Similarly, in the phrase čudo-jabloko lit. , čudo-jablok+i, čudo-jablok+ami, ... Thus, we have čudo←synt–jabloko. d. In the phrase [pjat´] kilogrammov kolbasy ([five] kilos of-sausage), the noun kilogrammov is the Synt-governor, since it is the morphological contact point: [s pjat´ju] kilogramm+ami–synt→kolbasy ([with 5] kilos [of] sausage), kilos [of] sausage), [v pjati] kilogramm+ax—synt→kolbasy ([in 5] etc. (15) German In [zwei] Gläser Wein lit. ([two] glasses wine), the Synt-governor is Gläser, which is the morphological contact point: a.
Thus, in Rus. Ja vižu [= w1] krasivuju [= w3] knigu [= w2] (I see [a] beautiful book) there is no direct Morph-D between the verb and the adjective. There are, however, cases where Morph-D is transitive: w1–morph→w2 and w2–morph→w3 entails w1–morph→w3. ACC (I [a woman] knew him young). INSTR vs. 9 According to Definition 2, Morph-D means the imposition of a grammeme. A wordform cannot impose a grammeme upon itself, but it can, by some of its properties, condition the choice between several grammemes imposed on it by a different wordform.
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