This includes lines that consist of a nominal + inchoative, adverb + verb and nominalised
verb + verb (e.
The Adjective as an Adjunctive Predicative Expression: A Semantic Analysis of Nominalised
Propositional Structures as Secondary Predicative Syntagmas
rendering of mana would give a direction to Selwyn's interpretation of phonetically similar concepts he encountered in the Melanesian islands.
For example, in the noun group 'the emission of radiation' (Text 1), the head noun 'emission' is the nominalised
form of something that would more congruently be expressed as 'rays were emitted'.
The Netherlands was also among the 12 states nominalised
by Eurostat for overtaking the level of 60A% of the public debt, but the level of this indicator will be evaluated in the sense of the evolution trend and not as absolute figures.
In order to reduce the density of information through the use of nominalisation, the experiential meanings of the nominalised
items were unpacked into clauses in the revised text (e.
These parameters are sentence length, which looks at the number of tokens; sentence complexity, which measures the total number of punctuation marks and conjunctions without punctuation; and the level of abstractness of a text, derived from the percentage of regular deverbal nouns complicating the text, while nominalised
phrases are more abstract than verbal ones (see Kerge 2003).
There is also a maximally reduced nominalised
form, the relatively new (and infrequent) creation:
The infinitive verb is nominalised
to the preferred/relevant noun class.
It is in this nominalised
and reified state that the concept of social exclusion is most often deployed in the naming and labelling of different and particular groups.
Martin (1996, 2002) further demonstrated that academic texts are typically organised in 'waves of abstraction' that make the introduction and conclusion paragraphs as well as the beginning and ending sentences of each paragraph highly nominalised
We have excluded placenames, proper nouns (except when they appear as part of a compound: herbe Robert), -ing nominalised
forms (arising, akyng), though we are aware this may be a risky decision, and adjectival nominalisations (the same).