Klaus Fischer

German-English Verb Valency

A Contrastive Analysis
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A number of contrastive studies has successfully used dependency grammar as a framework but relatively little has been done to apply it to the comparison of German and Englisch. The present volume fills this gap. It contains a comprehensive study of German- Englisch verb valency. Both simple complements and extension clauses are discussed and their translational possibilities explored, identifying a number of general tendencies. the book features an introduction to the central concepts of dependency and valency, a lexicographic application in the form of contrastive valency entries, and discussions of other contrastive work. The ample use of example sentences and tables makes this book attractive to everybody curious about these two genetically related but typologically different languages.
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A number of contrastive studies has successfully used dependency grammar as a framework but relatively little has been done to apply it to the comparison of German and Englisch. The present volume fills this gap. It contains a comprehensive study of German- Englisch verb valency. Both simple complements and extension clauses are discussed and their translational possibilities explored, identifying a number of general tendencies. the book features an introduction to the central concepts of dependency and valency, a lexicographic application in the form of contrastive valency entries, and discussions of other contrastive work. The ample use of example sentences and tables makes this book attractive to everybody curious about these two genetically related but typologically different languages.
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ISBN 978-3-8233-5087-3
EAN 9783823350873
Seiten 355
Format kartoniert
Ausgabename 15087
Verlag Gunter Narr Verlag
Autor Klaus Fischer
Erscheinungsdatum 21.04.1997
Lieferzeit 1-3 Tage
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