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by Cecile De Cat

eBook French Dislocation: Interpretation, Syntax, Acquisition (Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics) epub
  • ISBN: 0199230471
  • Author: Cecile De Cat
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (October 11, 2007)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • ePUB size: 1166 kb
  • FB2 size 1250 kb
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Cécile De Cat is a senior lecturer in linguistics at the University of Leeds. Series: Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics (Book 17). Paperback: 320 pages. This item: French Dislocation: Interpretation, Syntax, Acquisition (Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics).

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About the Author: Cecile De Cat is lecturer in linguistics, University of Leeds. Bibliographic Details. Title: French Dislocation: Interpretation, Syntax,.

Interpretation, Syntax, Acquisition. Cécile de Cat. Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics. Explains a key characteristic of spoken French. An original contribution to the study of the interfaces between syntax, discourse, and phonology

Interpretation, Syntax, Acquisition. An original contribution to the study of the interfaces between syntax, discourse, and phonology. Based on a wealth of original data. Interpretation, Syntax, Acquisition. The pervasive use of dislocations (as in Le chocolat, c'est bon) is a key characteristic of spoken French.

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Title: French Dislocation Subtitle: Interpretation, Syntax, Acquisition Series Title: Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics . This book throws light on French syntax and makes important and s to the study of linguistic interfaces.

Author: Cécile de Cat Paperback: ISBN: 019923048X 9780199230488 Pages: 320 Price: . 4. 5 Abstract: The pervasive use of dislocations (as in "Le chocolat c'est bon") is a keycharacteristic of spoken French.

The pervasive use of dislocations (as in Le chocolat, c'est bon) is a key characteristic of spoken French. This book offers various new and well-motivated insights, based on tests conducted by the author, on the syntactic analysis, prosody, and the interpretation of dislocation in spoken French. It also considers important aspects of the acquisition of dislocation by monolingual children learning different French dialects. The author argues that spoken French is a discourse-configurational language, in which topics are obligatorily dislocated. She develops a syntactically parsimonious account, which maximizes the import of interfaces involved with discourse and prosody. She proposes clear diagnostics, following a reexamination of the status of subject clitics and a reevaluation of the characteristic prosody of dislocated constituents. The theoretical arguments throughout the book rest on data that comes from corpora of spontaneous production and from various elitication experiments.This book throws new light on French syntax and prosody and makes an important and original contribution to the study of linguistic interfaces. Clearly expressed and tightly argued it will interest scholars and advanced students of French and of its acquisition as a first language as well as linguistic theorists interested in the interfaces between syntax, discourse, and phonology.
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