Sentential complementation in Spanish : a lexico-grammatical study of three classes of verbs /

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Subirats Rüggeberg, Carlos.
Format: eBook
Published: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins, 1987.
Series:Linguisticae investigationes. Supplementa ; v. 14.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • SENTENTIAL COMPLEMENTATION IN SPANISH; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Table of contents; 1. INTRODUCTION; 1.1. Preliminaries; 1.2. Nominal value of the sentential complement; 1.3. The contribution of traditional Spanish grammar towards the study of sentential complementation; 1.4. Of novelty and obsolescence in Spanish generativism: with regard to a failed attempt to formulate the rule of "Equi"; 2. CLASS 4 VERBS WITH A SUBJECT COMPLEMENT AND AN INDIRECT OBJECT; 2.1. Classification; 2.2. Distributional properties; 2.2.1. Active and non-active subject
  • 2.2.2.elhecho de Qu S2.2.3. Sentential complement in the subjuntive and the indicative; 2.3. Transformational properties; 2.3.1. Pronominalization of the sentential complement; 2.3.2. Reduction of the sentential complement; 2.3.3. Restructuring of the sentential complement; 2.3.4. Passive; Se passive; Se-de passive and Estar-de passive; 2.3.5 Permutation; 2.3.6. Objects referring to parts of the body; 2.4. Adjectival and nominal derivatives; NOTES; 3. CLASS 5 VERBS WITH A SUBJECT COMPLEMENT, WITH OR WITHOUT AN OBJECT; 3.1. Classification; 3.2. Distributional properties
  • 3.2.1. Active and non-active subject3.2.2. el hecho de Qu S; 3.2.3. que S and que Ssubj; 3.3. Transformational properties; 3.3.1. Reduction of the sentential complement; Reduction with subject deletion; Reduction without subject deletion or Subject raising; 3.3.2. Extraction; 3.3.3. Restructuring of the subject complement; 3.3.4. Passive; 3.3.5. Middle se; 3.3.6. Permutation; NOTES; 4. CLASS 6 VERBS WITH A DIRECT OBJECT SENTENTIAL COMPLEMENT; 4.1. Classification; 4.2. Distributional properties; 4.2.1. Active and non-active subject; 4.2.2. Det Ncomp de Qu S
  • 4.2.3. que S and que Ssubj4.2.4. si S o si S sentential complement; 4.3. Transformational properties; 4.3.1. Pronominalization of the sentential complement; 4.3.2. Reduction of the sentential complement; Reduction with subject deletion; Object raising: V-inf raising and V-ndo raising; A constraint on coreference; 4.3.3. Passive; 4.3.4. Clitic climbing; 4.3.5. Se movement; NOTES; 5. THEORETICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF SYNTACTICAL CLASSES OF VERBS; 5.1. Introduction; 5.2. Clitic climbing: an "explicative" hypothesis
  • 5.3. Clitic climbing revisited: additional problems5.4. Conclusion; NOTES; 6. ANNEX; 6.1. TABLES; 6.2. VERB CLASSIFICATIONS; 6.3. INDEX OF VERBS; REFERENCES