Nominal Argument Structure and the Stage-/Individual-Level Contrast in Hindi-Urdu

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SULGER, Sebastian, 2012. Nominal Argument Structure and the Stage-/Individual-Level Contrast in Hindi-Urdu. Seventeenth International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (LFG12). Denpasar, Bali, 28. Jun 2012 - 1. Jul 2012. In: BUTT, Miriam, ed., Tracy Holloway KING, ed.. Proceedings of the LFG12 Conference. Seventeenth International Lexical Functional Grammar Conference (LFG12). Denpasar, Bali, 28. Jun 2012 - 1. Jul 2012. Stanford:CSLI Publications, pp. 582-602. ISSN 1098-6782

@inproceedings{Sulger2012Nomin-30057, title={Nominal Argument Structure and the Stage-/Individual-Level Contrast in Hindi-Urdu}, url={http://cslipublications.stanford.edu/LFG/17/papers/lfg12sulger.pdf}, year={2012}, issn={1098-6782}, address={Stanford}, publisher={CSLI Publications}, booktitle={Proceedings of the LFG12 Conference}, pages={582--602}, editor={Butt, Miriam and King, Tracy Holloway}, author={Sulger, Sebastian} }

Nominal Argument Structure and the Stage-/Individual-Level Contrast in Hindi-Urdu 2015-02-25T12:00:03Z This paper focuses on a very specific aspect of a construction in Hindi-Urdu involving the verb ho ‘be’. The construction was previously described as displaying a pattern of differential case marking (DCM) in the literature, expressing specific semantic effects. These effectswere previously compared to the contrast known as the stage-/individual-level contrast. The paper will show, however, that this view does not take into account various syntactic and semantic facts about this construction, and argues for a more differentiated view: what has been regarded as a single construction to be differentiated only by the case marking, should rather be treated as two separate constructions with differences in the nominal argument structure, case marking and<br />semantics. Sulger, Sebastian 2012 Sulger, Sebastian 2015-02-25T12:00:03Z eng

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