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Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, ISSN 2213-3887, 2018, Volume 15, pp. 11 - 30
Conference Proceeding
Studies in Language: International Journal Sponsored by the Foundation "Foundations of Language", ISSN 1569-9978, 2011, Volume 35, Issue 2, p. 311
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Lingua, ISSN 0024-3841, 07/2013, Volume 131, pp. 217 - 230
This paper reaffirms the conclusion of that unaccusatives – with or without the so-called reflexive morphology – involve no Cause ingredient whatsoever.... 
Anticausative | Cause-PP | By itself diagnostic | Unaccusative | Reflexivization | Cause | LINGUISTICS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | sentence | reflexivization | Greek language (Modern) | anticausative construction | syntax | Romance languages | Hungarian language | Beavers
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Linguistics, ISSN 0024-3949, 07/2015, Volume 53, Issue 4, pp. 677 - 729
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Zeitschrift für Slawistik, ISSN 0044-3506, 07/2018, Volume 63, Issue 3, pp. 373 - 394
The article deals with the notion of so-called converse reflexives, illustrated from Slavic and Baltic. It is argued that, though the notion of reflexive... 
anticausative | Baltic | Slavic | reflexive verbs | converses | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | voice | Wiemer, Bjorn | Slavic languages | argument structure | Baltic languages | anticausative construction | Grzybowska, Marta | syntax | reflexivity | semantics | Converse Relations with the Reflexive Marker in Lithuanian and Polish
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Lingua, ISSN 0024-3841, 2011, Volume 121, Issue 15, pp. 2176 - 2186
► Anticausatives (unaccusatives) are not formed by a reflexivization(-type) operation. ► There is no evidence that anticausatives involve any sort of Cause... 
Reflexive verb | Anticausative | Causing subevent | Unaccusative | Reflexivization | Cause | LINGUISTICS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | sentence | reflexivization | negation | morphology | anticausative construction | syntax | Spanish language | Hebrew language (Modern)
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Lingua Posnaniensis, ISSN 0079-4740, 12/2016, Volume 58, Issue 2, pp. 33 - 63
In this paper, I formulate and explain a number of universal generalizations about the formation of causative verbs (overtly marked verbs with causal meaning)... 
form-frequency correspondence | linguistic universal | causative verb | transitivity | spontaneity scale | morphology | universals of language | anticausative construction | syntax | language | semantics | scalar meaning | Causative verbs | Meaning | Valence
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Lingua, ISSN 0024-3841, 03/2014, Volume 141, Issue C, pp. 48 - 70
This paper argues for two structural types of unaccusative constructions which systematically differ in semantic and morphosyntactic properties. Evidence is... 
Anticausative | Argument structure alternation | Unaccusative | Reflexive | Roots | Spanish se | LINGUISTICS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | CAUSERS | predicate | ergative verb | causative construction | telicity | reflexive pronoun | alternation | syntax | Spanish language | inchoative aspect
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The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics, ISSN 1383-4924, 4/2015, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 64
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Acta Linguistica Academica, ISSN 2559-8201, 12/2018, Volume 65, Issue 4, pp. 597 - 650
A unified semantics of Chinese adverbial ziji 'self' is proposed for its three exclusive readings. In the proposal, adverbial ziji is a focused item, evoking... 
Reflexive marker | Anticausative | Group | Intensifier | Causation | anticausative | LINGUISTICS | reflexive marker | causation | REJOINDER | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | intensifier | CONSTRUCTIONS | group | Intensifiers | Chinese | Syntactic analysis | Semantics | Meaning | Adverbials
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Linguistics, ISSN 0024-3949, 07/2014, Volume 52, Issue 4, pp. 1003 - 1024
This paper describes the diachronic development of labile verbs in the French causative-anticausative alternation. The aim is to show that the development is... 
French | unmarked vs. reflexive anticausative | causative-anticausative alternation | labile verbs | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | LINGUISTICS | predicate | diachronic approach | reflexive construction | morphology | French language (Modern) | syntax | labile verb | causative verb | Grammar, Comparative and general | Analysis | French language | Verb
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Lingua, ISSN 0024-3841, 07/2013, Volume 131, pp. 199 - 216
► Arguments and data in Horvath and Siloni (2011) against the reflexivization analysis of Koontz-Garboden are problematic. ► Some data are more complicated... 
Change of state verbs | Anticausativization | Reflexivization | Causative/inchoative alternation | LINGUISTICS | VERBS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | sentence | reflexivization | English language (Modern) | anticausative construction | syntax | Spanish language | Hebrew language (Modern) | Hungarian language
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Lingua, ISSN 0024-3841, 09/2013, Volume 134, pp. 210 - 218
We respond to continued arguments against the reflexivization analysis of anticausatives, which we show suffer many of the same problems identified with the... 
Change of state verbs | Anticausativization | Reflexivization | Causative/inchoative alternation | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | LINGUISTICS | reflexivization | negation | passive voice | Greek language (Modern) | anticausative construction | syntax | Spanish language | pragmatics | extralinguistic context
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Linguistics, ISSN 0024-3949, 11/2012, Volume 50, Issue 6, pp. 1079 - 1110
This article aims at offering a novel account of the similarities and differences between get-passives and their be-counterparts. It is shown that get-passives... 
LINGUISTICS | ARGUMENTS | SEMANTICS | ENGLISH | INTERFACE | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | CONSTRUCTIONS | MIDDLE | voice | anticausative construction | syntax | middle voice | verb of receiving | English language (Modern) | Grammar, Comparative and general | Sentence structure | Analysis | Clauses
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Transactions of the Philological Society, ISSN 0079-1636, 11/2012, Volume 110, Issue 3, pp. 394 - 421
This paper discusses the strategies used for the anticausative alternation and the constraints on their distribution in two early Italian vernaculars, Old... 
LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | Italian language | diachronic approach | Florence | aspect | Naples | anticausative construction | syntax | semantics | reflexive suffix
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Probus, ISSN 0921-4771, 09/2010, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp. 303 - 316
It is proposed to derive the two distinct French anticausative constructions from the interplay of two functional heads, Voice and v, where non-active Voice... 
LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | LINGUISTICS | CONSTRUCTION | voice | anticausative construction | syntactic derivation | syntax | middle voice | French language (Modern) | Linguistics | Grammar, Comparative and general | Research | French language
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Russian Linguistics: International Journal for the Study of Russian and Other Slavic Languages, ISSN 1572-8714, 2010, Volume 34, Issue 3, p. 261
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