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RADICAL CONSTRUCTION GRAMMAR
CONSTRUCTIONS
GRAMMARS
EMBODIED CONSTRUCTION
PAUL KAY
STRUCTURE
CROFT
APPROACH
FRAMEWORK
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Definitions

  1. Construction grammar is a theory of syntax in which constructions are the central unit of grammatical representation.
  2. Construction Grammar is a linguistic theory based on the. (Web site)
  3. Construction Grammar is a usage-based model of language [ Langacker2000].
  4. Construction Grammar is a very recent attempt at capturing the mental representation of syntactic knowl-edge.

Radical Construction Grammar

  1. Radical Construction Grammar integrates concepts from typological theory and construction grammar to uncover the genuine universals of grammar. (Web site)
  2. Radical Construction Grammar argues that this approach to syntax is incompatible with the grammatical variation found within and across languages. (Web site)
  3. Radical Construction Grammar: syntactic theory in typological perspective defends hypotheses (v)-(vii) in detail. (Web site)

Constructions

  1. Construction grammar and cognitive grammar. (Web site)
  2. Morphology, cognitive linguistics, semantics, construction grammar. (Web site)

Grammars

  1. Radical Construction Grammar is a model of construction grammar. (Web site)
  2. Radical Construction Grammar rejects the notion of syntactic relations altogether and replaces them with semantic relations. (Web site)
  3. William A. Croft 's radical construction grammar is designed for typological purposes and takes into account cross-linguistic factors. (Web site)
  4. As the name indicates, Fluid Construction Grammar shares a lot of common ground with other construction grammar theories.
  5. Fluid Construction Grammar (FCG) was designed by Luc Steels for doing experiments on the origins and development of language. (Web site)

Embodied Construction

  1. Like Construction Grammar, Embodied Construction Grammar makes use of a unification-based model of representation. (Web site)
  2. Here, the most pronounced approaches are those of Embodied Construction Grammar (e.g. (Web site)
  3. Fillmore's ideas had developed into Frame Semantics and, in collaboration with others, Construction Grammar (Fillmore et al. (Web site)

Paul Kay

  1. Here are some papers on color naming and Construction Grammar. (Web site)
  2. Some versions of Construction Grammar, notably the one put forth by Adele Goldberg (linguist). (Web site)
  3. In terms of form and function, this type of construction grammar puts psychological plausibility as its highest desideratum. (Web site)
  4. Click here for links to more recent papers on Construction Grammar by Paul Kay, including later versions of the above. (Web site)
  5. Construction Grammar (CG), however, provides an opposite view of portraying idioms. (Web site)

Structure

  1. A Construction Grammar approach to argument structure. (Web site)
  2. Some implications of Radical Construction Grammar for syntactic organization and semantic structure.

Croft

  1. In a second step, Croft demonstrates how construction grammar analyses the structure of grammatical constructions.
  2. Grammatical categories must be defined relative to specific constructions; this is the position advocated in Radical Construction Grammar (Croft 2001). (Web site)

Approach

  1. In particular, I am interested in the usage-based approach to Construction Grammar.
  2. Construction Grammar(s): Cognitive and cross-language dimensions (Constructional Approaches to Language, 3), ed. (Web site)
  3. Hence a consistent approach to semantics in Radical Construction Grammar is to take an equally nonreductionist approach to meaning, i.e.

Framework

  1. Fillmore is one of the first linguists to have sketched out the grammatical framework of Construction Grammar (cf.
  2. The final paper of the volume is Toshio Ohori's contribution on ''Construction Grammar as a conceptual framework for linguistic typology''. (Web site)

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