Case marking and prepositional marking. Some remarks concerning DE-phrases in Romanian

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Argitaratua 2007-04-13
Alexandru Mardale

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In this paper, we analyze two types of nominal constructions in Romanian: DPs morphologically marked for Genitive and complex DE-phrases. The two types of construction are alike insofar as they involve a relation (which may either pertain to the lexical meaning of the head N or else be contextually triggered by the presence of the second argument), but they differ regarding the nature of the second argument. A strong correlation can be shown to exist between syntactic categories (DPs vs. NPs), syntactic functions (arguments vs. modifiers), Case marking (synthetic vs. analytic) and semantic type (type <e> vs. type <e, t>).

 

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Mardale, Alexandru. 2007. «Case Marking and Prepositional Marking. Some Remarks Concerning DE-Phrases in Romanian». Anuario Del Seminario De Filología Vasca "Julio De Urquijo" 41 (2):201-8. https://doi.org/10.1387/asju.3898.
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