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Tense and stress in Italian verbs : lecture at the conference Going Romance, Utrecht, 1. 12. 2000
Elena Guerzoni, 2000, prispevek na konferenci brez natisa

Ključne besede: Italian, Stress, Tense, Morpho-phonology
Objavljeno v RUNG: 04.03.2024; Ogledov: 446; Prenosov: 1
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Stress and morphology in the Italian verb system
Elena Guerzoni, 2000, druge monografije in druga zaključena dela

Opis: In this paper I present an analysis of stress in Italian verbs. A preliminary comparison between nouns and adjectives on the one hand and verbs on the other reveals that these the two classes of words differ in an interesting way when it comes to stress assignment: while on a noun or adjective stress can be predicted to a large extent on the basis of a stress rule that fully coincides with the main stress rule of Classical Latin, inflection affects stress position on verbs in an apparently unpredictable fashion. Although, at first sight, this difference seems to preclude a unified account of stress in the language, this paper shows that once the additional morphological complexity of verbs is factored in, it is in fact the same algorithm that assigns stress in both word classes.
Ključne besede: Italian verb, tense, stress
Objavljeno v RUNG: 27.02.2024; Ogledov: 586; Prenosov: 0
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When tense shifts presuppositions : hani and monstrous semantics
Furkan Dikmen, Elena Guerzoni, Ömer Demirok, 2024, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: This study shows that the Turkish expression hani exhibits interesting properties for the study of the semantics and pragmatics interface, because, on the one hand, its function is merely pragmatic, but on the other hand, it is subject to the truth-conditional effect of other constituents at LF. This notwithstanding, studies on this expression are remarkably scarce. The only attempts to describe its properties are Erguvanlı-Taylan (Studies on Turkish and Turkic languages; proceedings of the ninth international conference on Turkish linguistics, 133–143, 2000), Akar et al. (Discourse meaning, 57–78, 2020), and Akar and Öztürk (Information-structural perspectives on discourse particles, 251–276, 2020). In the present study, we introduce the first formal semantic and pragmatic treatment of clauses containing hani. Unlike previous accounts, we claim that hani can have one of the following two major pragmatic functions: making salient a proposition in the Common Ground or challenging one in a past Common Ground, therefore requiring a Common Ground revision. Despite its variety of occurrences, we argue that hani has a uniform interpretation and provide a compositional analysis of the different construals that it is associated with. Furthermore, we show that a formally explicit and accurate characterization of hani clauses requires operating on indexical parameters, in particular the context time. Therefore, if our proposal is on the right track, hani clauses may provide indirect empirical evidence in favour of the existence of “monstrous” phenomena, adding to the accumulating cross-linguistic evidence in this domain (see Schlenker in Linguistics and Philosophy 26(1):29–120, 2003 and much work since then). The definition of monsters is intended as in Kaplan (Themes from Kaplan, 481–563, 1989).
Ključne besede: tense, monsters, common ground, presuppositions, semantics, Turkish
Objavljeno v RUNG: 20.02.2024; Ogledov: 551; Prenosov: 2
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Yat-alternation and the imperfect tense in Bulgarian. A rule-based analysis.
Danil Khristov, 2022, objavljeni znanstveni prispevek na konferenci

Opis: The paper proposes a rule-based feature analysis of the ya/e phenomenon in Bulgarian. Special attention is paid to the variable ya/е observed in the forms of the imperfect tense. First and second-conjugation verbs whose imperfect forms involve yat-alternation are compared with third-conjugation verbs where this alternation is not observed. The analysis also addresses the role of morphology in the process of adding different imperfect endings to the verb base and the effect of these endings on the variable ya/e. Finally, the phonemic status of soft consonants is discussed in relation to the proposed analysis.
Ključne besede: yat vowel, yat-alternation, variable ya/e, imperfect tense, rule-based analysis, features
Objavljeno v RUNG: 06.09.2022; Ogledov: 1456; Prenosov: 0
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