Talmy's (1985, 2000) cross-linguistic typology of lexicalisation
patterns makes a distinction between satellite-framed and verb-framed languages.
As argued in Krug (1998), innit has resulted from a process of lexicalisation
(Traugott 1994): the invariable tag question isn't it has become monomorphemic and opaque, and is, therefore, no longer divisible into the three lexical items that it comprises, namely the third person singular present form is, the negative marker not and the third person singular neuter subject pronoun it.
Autre exemple de suppression de la contrainte grammaticale (imparfait francais a valeur causative et durative) au profit d'une lexicalisation
de cette double valeur par le verbe commencer a qui implique une valeur durative au proces exprime par le verbe predicatif qui le suit (tourner sur lui-meme) et signifie aussi que c 'est parce que l, arbre commence a tourner sur lui-meme que les enfants entendent un grincement:
of abbreviations contributes to language development; it is one way languages create new words.
In the following sections, I will give a brief overview on the spatial semantics of the verbal root and its lexicalisation
patterns (3.1) followed by some remarks on the spatial cases found in Laz, with a focus on the Motative case, a directional-ablative case which is only found in the Ardesen variety of Laz (section 3.2) and an introductory overview on the preverbs in Laz (section 3.3).
No unambiguous motivation can be found in lexicalisation
This is also the hunch behind the Exhaustive Lexicalisation
Principle of Ramchand (2007) and Fabregas (2007), stating that each feature in the syntactic structure has to be lexicalized, otherwise the structure is ill-formed.
sad person, and for this reason resists lexicalisation
. In any case it
The transformation process heading towards lexicon has been viewed as lexicalisation
which mostly occurs in words and phrases with a syntactic function and whereby a linguistic expression carrying a grammatical meaning obtains an independent meaning and becomes part of the lexicon (e.g.