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Adj.1.intrasentential - of or relating to constituents within a sentence; "intrasentential co-occurrence"
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This combination is usually referred to as code-switching, and it can occur across sentences --intersentential code-switching--as in (5), or within sentences-- intrasentential code-switching--as in (6).
14) The instances of intrasentential CS to Latin, with the Latin elements embedded in the Polish fragment of the oath, seem to be more frequently attested in the chronologically later portion of the collection.
3) intrasentential code-switching, where the switches of different types occur within the clause boundary, including within the word boundary (i.
14) Both early and late bilinguals, such as Joyce, will engage in intrasentential code-switching: what matters is not so much the age at which the second language has been acquired as the command the speaker has over both languages.
These claims were first substantiated with the study of intrasentential co-occurrence of antonym adjectives by Justeson and Katz (1991) that showed that antonyms co-occur within one sentence much more frequently than expected, and that the syntagmatic properties of antonymy relations are therefore highly relevant in identifying and extracting possible antonymy candidates.
Academics' attitudes to non-co-referential - ing clauses range from utter intolerance to unveiled preoccupation, and the contextual scope used in these judgements on correctness is, invariably, intrasentential, maintaining that the violation of the matrix clause subject attachment rule "is considered to be an error.
Finally, good readers, following Block, tend to use aspects of the semantic level to assess their degree of comprehension, whereas poor readers tend to rely too much on aspects of the lexical level focusing more on the intrasentential rather than the intersentential consistency.
The author offered a classification of linguistic texts according to which Type I would be a monolingual text with some foreign words "thrown in for flavor" (bilingualism is not required, but biculturalism is assumed on the part of the reader), (6) Type II would show intersentential switches, and Type III would contain intrasentential code-switching.
A Minimalist Approach to Intrasentential Code Switching: Spanish- Nahuatl Bilingualism in Central Mexico.
1983) Processing of sentences with intrasentential code switching.
Type of Relation Intersentential Intrasentential Total Explicitated Additive 4 25 29 Adversative 4 36 40 Causal 7 13 20 Temporal 0 13 13 Total 15 87 102