Spansk verbal-kongruent betydning: verbet, konstruktionen og det grammatiske aspekt. Et kontrastivt-sprogtypologisk perspektiv

  • Johan Pedersen
Nøgleord: spansk, konstruktioner, sprogbrugsbaseret, sprogtypologi, aspekt

Resumé

Spanish and typologically related languages are characterized by absence of unaccusativization (Levin & Rappaport Hovav 1995). According to Horrocks & Stavrou (2007), the verb-inflected grammatical aspect explains the absence of unaccusativization. Against this view, the article argues that the phenomenon relates to the typologically privileged role of the Spanish verb lexeme. From a usage-based point of view, absence of unaccusativization is understood as an undeveloped possibility of schematization. Spanish constructions are verb-framed and constructional (schematic) patterns only have a secondary role elaborating on the verb-framed core meaning (Pedersen 2019). Grammatical aspect, it is argued, likewise plays a secondary role making the verbal contribution congruent with the intended aspectual meaning.

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2019-09-18
Citation/Eksport
Pedersen, J. (2019). Spansk verbal-kongruent betydning: verbet, konstruktionen og det grammatiske aspekt. Et kontrastivt-sprogtypologisk perspektiv. Ny Forskning I Grammatik, (26), 160-175. https://doi.org/10.7146/nfg.v0i26.116000
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