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Theoretical Aspects of Bantu Grammar 1 (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes)
Sam A. Mchombo
January 1, 1994
by Center for the Study of Language and Inf
Written in English
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in earlier versions of the theory of transformational grammar. The position discussed is that of Chomsky (). Lees (a), and many others. These writers take the syntactic component of a transformational grammar to consist of a phrase structure grammar as its base, and a system of transformations that mapFile Size: 1MB. Cassimjee, Farida, and Charles Kisseberth. "Optimal domains theory and Bantu tonology." Theoretical Aspects of Bantu Tone, edited by Charles Kisseberth, edited by Larry Hyman. CSLI, , p. Kisseberth, Charles, and Mohammad Abasheik. "Vowel length in Chi-Mwi:ni a case study of the role of grammar in phonology.".
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because crucial aspects of the language's grammar re-appear at different places in the book. Agreement e.g. is treated at various places throughout the book (sections , , , without cross-references) as are aspects of double object constructions: Chapter 4 shows that the objects in ditransitive constructions in Chichewa do not behave. Theoretical Aspects of Bantu Grammar by Sam Mchombo: Logic and Representation by Robert C. Moore: Words and the Grammar of Context by Paul Kay: Language and Learning for Robots by Colleen Crangle: Hyperproof by Jon Barwise: Mathematics of Modality by Robert Goldblatt: Tarski's World by Jon Barwise:
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This book brings together a collection of papers focusing on the tonal systems of the Bantu languages of sub-Saharan Africa. These papers are alike in their attempt to fuse the description of Bantu tone with linguistic theory, but at the same time reflect a range of such theoretical perspectives (autosegmental phonology, lexical phonology, Optimality Theory, Optimal.
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These papers are alike in their attempt to fuse the description of Bantu tone with linguistic theory, but at the same time reflect a range of such theoretical perspectives (autosegmental phonology, lexical phonology, optimality theory, optimal domains.
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Instead, these pressures are low-ranked in Bantu and, when present, have a limited effect on the overall system, as we have seen. 27 That Bantu suffix ordering is largely templatic is also supported by phonological conditions which enter into the realization of suffix combinations.
28 As I have also implied, the elaborated synchronic CARCP Cited by: Analyzing Grammar is a clear introductory textbook on grammatical analysis, designed for students beginning to study the discipline.
Covering both syntax (the structure of phrases and sentences) and morphology (the structure of words), it equips them with the tools and methods needed to analyze grammatical patterns in any : Paul R.
Kroeger. The similarity between dispersed Bantu languages had been observed as early as in the 17th century. The term Bantu as a name or the group was coined (as Bâ-ntu) by Wilhelm Bleek in orand popularised in his Comparative Grammar of The name was coined to represent the word for 'people' in loosely reconstructed Proto-Bantu, from the plural noun class Ethnicity: Bantu peoples.
The ka-construction in Taiwan Southern Min is well-known for its polysemy. This study argues that with evidence from extra-argumentality, ka-NP position, thematic relationship, passivization, over-generalization, and dialectal difference, ka should at least be categorized into three different types, i.e., light verb, applicative, and preposition, instead of a uniform one.
He is the author of The Syntax of Chichewa, Cambridge University Press (), editor of Theoretical Aspects of Bantu Grammar, CSLI, Stanford (), and was guest editor of the journal Linguistic Analysis for a special issue on African Linguistics (). Ditransitive Constructions, p. 1 In a typical ditransitive construction, there are two arguments that are “object”-like.
Thematically, one of these is a Theme (and thus corresponds to the object of a (mono)transitive) and the other is a Goal or a Bene ﬁciary.
On this handout, we will refer to these as the T and G arguments. Nevertheless, Bantu syntax is a growing field with, as we shall see, a number of phenomena that can influence theoretical debate. Although one of the main points of interest is the fascinating variation in the family, a couple of generalizations can be made with respect to Bantu morphosyntax.
1 First, a typical Bantu language has noun classes. Part of the Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics book series (SITP Alsina, A.
and S.A. Mchombo (). Object asymmetries and the Chichewa applicative construction. In Theoretical aspects of Bantu grammar, ed. S.A. Mchombo, 17– Stanford: CSLI Publications. Aranovich R. () A Lexical-Functional Account of Spanish Dative Usage Cited by: 4.Mchombo (ed.) Theoretical Aspects of Bantu Grammar.
Stanford: CSLI Publications. Chafe, W. The Realisand Irrealis Distinction in Caddo, The Northern Iroqusin Language. In Bybee and Fleischman eds. Chomsky, N. Aspects of the Theory of Syntax MTI Press.
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