By Cleo A. Condoravdi
First released in 1997, this ebook specializes in the semantics of convinced and indefinite descriptions — taking the presuppositional idea of definiteness and indefiniteness proposed by means of Heim as a kick off point. It seeks to teach that there exists a distinct form of indefinites that experience an interpretation ordinarily linked to definites. It extra argues that the felicity stipulations linked to indefinite NP’s can fluctuate and develops a extra fine-grained idea of novelty in the framework of dossier swap Semantics. extra regularly, this paintings will be obvious as offering an empirical argument in favour of a dynamic thought of that means and opposed to the extra conventional truth-conditional theory.
By David Pesetsky
By Roy C. Major
Now, for the 1st time, Roy Major's Foreign Accent covers the exploding scholarship during this region and lays out the problems in particular for audiences within the moment language acquisition and utilized linguistics community.
By Andrew Carnie,Eithne Guilfoyle
By Otto Jespersen
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By Patricia T. O'Conner
In this re-creation of Woe Is I, Patricia T. O’Conner unties the knottiest grammar tangles and screens a similar full of life humor that has charmed and enlightened thankful readers for years. With new chapters on spelling and punctuation, and clean insights into the rights, wrongs, and maybes of English grammar and utilization, Woe Is I bargains down-to-earth reasons and plain-English strategies to the language mysteries that bedevil all of us.
By Gregory Stump
By Richard J. Watts,Sachiko Ide,Konrad Ehlich,Richard J Watts