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Prosodic syntax and morphology in Chinese

by Shengli Feng

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Published by Lincom Europa in München .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chinese language -- Syntax.,
  • Chinese language -- Versification.,
  • Chinese language -- Prosodic analysis.,
  • Chinese language -- Morphology.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesProsodic syntax of Chinese
    StatementShengli Feng.
    SeriesLINCOM studies in Asian linguistics -- 44
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL1241 .F464 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 143 p. :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19414795M
    ISBN 103895863696

    Abstract. The aim of this chapter is to introduce and define the class of phenomena that will be analysed in this book. We will adopt the perspective of morphological theory, focussing on two major questions: • What can the research discipline of Prosodic Morphology (McCarthy & Prince , a et seq.) contribute to a definition of truncatory patterns in English?Author: Sabine Lappe. New Approaches to Chinese Word Formation: Morphology, TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS is a series of books that open new perspectives in our understanding of language. The series publishes state-of-the-art work on core areas of linguistics across theoretical frameworks, as well as studies that provide new insights by approaching language from an.

    PROSODIC MORPHOLOGY AND TEMPLATIC MORPHOLOGY JOHN McCARTHY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, AMHERST ALAN PRINCE BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY 1. Introduction Much of the time, morphology is just word-syntax. That is, the morphological grammar of a language reduces to statements like "ness is a Level 2 suffix". But this is not always true, and theFile Size: 92KB. Chinese Prosodic Syntax (Chinese Edition) [Feng Shengli] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Based on basic theories of Chinese, it demonstrates scientific theories, objects and methods, and establishes a fundamental system of Chinese rhythm syntax. By .

    Prosodic structure and prosodically constrained syntax in Chinese. Shengli Feng, University of Pennsylvania. Abstract. This dissertation has attempted to establish a theoretical framework for the prosody-syntax interaction in Chinese syntax and morphology in light of the Tree Adjoining Grammar introduced by Kroch (), and of the Prosodic Morphology Theory developed by McCarthy & Cited by: Packard’s book is a remarkable achievement in a very difficult field. I will review the contents of the book first and offer some comments. 2. Overview of the book Packard assumes the position that, like English, Chinese also has the category word and its morphology is separate from syntax. The organization of the book is straightforward.


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Book Description In THE TWO VOLUMES of Prosodic Syntax in Chinese, the author develops a new model which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi-directional and that prosody can not only constrains syntactic structures, but also activates syntactic operations.

Book Description. It is not entirely clear if modern Chinese is a monosyllabic or disyllabic language. Although a disyllabic prosodic unit of some sort has long been considered by many to be at play in Chinese grammar, the intuition is not always rigidly fleshed out theoretically in the area of Chinese morphology.

In the two volumes of Prosodic Syntax in Chinese, the author develops a new model, which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi-directional and that prosody not only constrains syntactic structures but also activates syntactic operations.

All of the facts investigated in Chinese provide new perspectives for linguistic theories as well as insights into the nature of Cited by: 1. Prosodic syntax and morphology in Chinese. München: Lincom Europa, (OCoLC) Online version: Feng, Shengli. Prosodic syntax and morphology in Chinese.

München: Lincom Europa, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Shengli Feng. In the two volumes of Prosodic Syntax in Chinese, the author develops a new model, which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi-directional and that prosody can not only constrains syntactic structures but also activates syntactic by: 1.

In this book, Shengli Feng applies the theoretical model of prosodic morphology to Chinese morphology to provide the theoretical clarity regarding how and why Mandarin Chinese words are structured in a particular : Shengli Feng. Prosodic Syntax in Chinese: History and Changes.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views Author: Feng Shengli.

In the two volumes of Prosodic Syntax in Chinese, the author develops a new model, which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi-directional and that prosody not only Author: Feng Shengli. In Chinese, there are many interesting phenomena bearing on the connections established between syntax and prosodic structure, and how and to what degree syntax‐prosody mappings may be direct or indirect, and also how and why mismatches between syntax and prosody seem to by: 8.

In the two volumes of Prosodic Syntax in Chinese, the author develops a new model, which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi-directional and that prosody not only.

Prosodic morphology in four Chinese dialects Article (PDF Available) in Journal of East Asian Linguistics 1(1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Moira Yip.

In the two volumes of Prosodic Syntax in Chinese, the author develops a new model, which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi-directional and that prosody not only constrains syntactic structures but also activates syntactic operations.

All of the facts investigated in Chinese provide new perspectives for linguistic theories as well as insights into the nature of human languages. Chinese prosodic morphology also derives the basic units “prosodic word” and “minimal word”, delimits the size of compounds, specifies the directionality of foot in morphology and syntax, identifies prosody as a morphological means, and explores the interaction between prosodic morphology and prosodic syntax.

Although a disyllabic prosodic unit of some sort has long been considered by many to be at play in Chinese grammar, the intuition is not always rigidly fleshed out theoretically in the area of Chinese morphology. In this book, Shengli Feng applies the theoretical model of prosodic morphology to Chinese morphology to provide the theoretical clarity regarding how and why Mandarin Chinese Author: Shengli Feng.

Inthe twovolumesof Prosodic Syntax in Chinese, the author develops a new model, which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi-directional and that prosody not only constrains syntactic structures but also activates syntactic : Feng Shengli.

Chi Wang January 2, “Chinese Prosodic Syntax Q and A” published T+ Monograph, Publication, Results, Scholarly Publication Chinese version only Search. In the two volumes of Prosodic Syntax in Chinese, the author develops a new model, which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi-directional and that prosody can not only constrains syntactic structures but also activates syntactic operations.

All of the facts investigated in. Chinese dialects tend to show little traditional evidence for prosodic structure. The syllable is largely co-extensive with the morpheme, and resyllabification is very limited. Many dialects (e.g. Cantonese) lack noticeable stress, so the metrical foot is by: Summary In the two volumes of Prosodic Syntax in Chinese, the author develops a new model, which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi-directional and that prosody not only constrains syntactic structures but also activates syntactic of the facts investigated in Chinese provide new perspectives for linguistic theories as well as insights into the nature.

Although a disyllabic prosodic unit of some sort has long been considered by many to be at play in Chinese grammar, the intuition is not always rigidly fleshed out theoretically in the area of Chinese morphology. In this book, Shengli Feng applies the theoretical model of prosodic morphology to Chinese morphology to provide the.

For example, a classical problem in Chinese syntax is this: only one constituent is, in general, allowed after the main verb. However, if the object is a destressed element (a pronoun, for example), two constituents can legitimately occur after the verb.

This pattern is explained by proposing a prosodic feature assignment on elementary trees in Cited by: 6.The article concentrates on the relation between syntax and morphology, and more specifically, on the question of whether there is a generative system for word formation separate from syntax.In Chinese, there's a one to one, almost a one to one relationship between morpheme and meaning.

Here you see an example of four Chinese sentences. And what you can see is that between I have one book, and I have two books, two things change in English, one changes into two, and book changes into books, but in Chinese only one things changes.