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By Malte Rosemeyer

ISBN-10: 9027259208

ISBN-13: 9789027259202

Even supposing usage-based linguistics emphasises the necessity for experiences of language swap to take frequency results under consideration, there's a loss of examine that attempts to systematically version frequency results and their relation to diffusion tactics in language switch. This monograph deals a diachronic research of the switch in Spanish excellent auxiliary choice among outdated and Early sleek Spanish that ended in the sluggish substitute of the auxiliary ser ‘be’ with the auxiliary haber ‘have’. It analyses this procedure when it comes to the interplay among gradience, gradualness, and the retaining results of frequency and patience in language switch. The examine contributes to the speculation and method of diachronic linguistics, also delivering insights on tips to clarify synchronic grammatical version either inside a language and among languages. The booklet is of curiosity to the fields of Spanish and Romance linguistics, syntax, in addition to ancient and variationist linguistics.

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By contrast, in both French and Italian, the verb classes towards the top of the hierarchy are consistent in their selection of BE while the verbs towards the bottom almost categorically select HAVE. The ASH is organised by a mixture of aspectual and semantic parameters. Selection of BE is favoured if the verb expresses a movement event, implies a transition (cf. e. it implies the achievement of the goal of an action). Contrarily, instances where the subject referent has control over the situa-  Auxiliary Selection in Spanish tion favour the selection of HAVE.

The analysis in terms of unaccusativity has also been claimed to account for the auxiliary selection behaviour of reciprocals and reflexive verbs. In Italian and French, the presence of the pronouns si viz. com/2011/09/26/salam-kawakibi-%C2%ABlemur-de-la-peur-s%E2%80%99est-casse-en-syrie%C2%BB/, last access 13 October 2011] Labelle (1992) deems pronominal anticausatives like (6) to be the result of a transformation by which the transitive verb casser ‘break’ is reduced in valency. e. the Specifier slot.

9 Quasi-reflexive verb class and date of last occurrence with ser (adapted from Aranovich 2003: 22) Century: 12th 13th Volitional achievement: vengarse Existence & appearance: demostrarse fallarse provarse quedarse Assume-position: alzarse Directed motion: escaparse partirse pasarse Change of state: 14th 15th 16th irse salirse 17th levantarse ahogarse desencasarse arrepentirse hacerse . Aranovich (2003) provides verbs like jactarse ‘boast’, ampararse ‘seek refuge’, or apartarse ‘move away’ as examples of “inherent reflexives”.

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