Akuzativne dopune zu neprijelazne glagole : što su unutrašnji objekti?

Some Accusative complements of intransitive verbs: What are cognate objects?

U radu se promatraju akuzativne dopune uz desetak neprijelaznih glagola u hrvatskome jeziku te se razmatra njihova pripadnost kategoriji unutrašnjih objekata. Uspoređuju se sintaktička i semantička svojstva takvih dopuna
U radu se promatraju akuzativne dopune uz desetak neprijelaznih glagola u hrvatskome jeziku te se razmatra njihova pripadnost kategoriji unutrašnjih objekata. Uspoređuju se sintaktička i semantička svojstva takvih dopuna: broj imenica koje se pojavljuju uz neprijelazni glagol, obvezatnost modifikacije imenice, paralelnost instrumentalnih i akuzativnih sintagmā, mogućnost parafraze instrumentalnom sintagmom te mogućnost pronominalizacije i pasivizacije. Autorice zaključuju da sve dopune istraživanih neprijelaznih glagola ne pripadaju istomu tipu dopuna te ih je potrebno gramatički i terminološki razdvojiti. Također pretpostavljaju da unutrašnji objekti u hrvatskome mogu imati argumentno i adjunktno čitanje, što je u skladu s nekim nedavno iznesenim tvrdnjama za druge jezike.
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The paper discusses about ten Croatian intransitive verbs, which can occur together with accusative marked noun phrases. The authors claim that the verbs can be divided into two groups according to some semantic and synt
The paper discusses about ten Croatian intransitive verbs, which can occur together with accusative marked noun phrases. The authors claim that the verbs can be divided into two groups according to some semantic and syntactic parameters which they apply to the verbs’ accusative complements. The accusative marked complements of first group verbs which comprise so called sport verbs and the verb disati ‘to breath’, differ in many respects from the accusative complements of the second group. The complements of the first group verbs show some common properties: there are several nouns which can occur with these verbs in accusative case, the nouns do not need to be modified, there is no parallel instrumental NP with some semantic resemblance, and nouns can be sometimes pronominalised and passivised. In the second group accusative complements are sometimes restricted to only one lexical noun which is of the same root as the verb, there is a parallel instrumental phrase with similar or identical semantics, and modification is almost obligatory. The nouns of the second group differ in respect to pronominalisation and passivisation. The authors argue that the accusative NPs of the verbs in the second group are cognate objects and that they can have both argumental and adjunct status.
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Author:Matea Birtić, Ivana Matas Ivanković
URN:urn:nbn:de:hebis:30-112587
ISSN:1331-6745
Parent Title (Croatian):Rasprave Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje
Publisher:Institut za Hrvatski Jezik i Jezikoslovlje <Zagreb>
Place of publication:Zagreb
Document Type:Article
Language:Croatian
Date of Publication (online):2011/08/23
Year of first Publication:2009
Publishing Institution:Univ.-Bibliothek Frankfurt am Main
Release Date:2011/08/23
SWD-Keyword:Intransitives Verb ; Kognat <Linguistik> ; Kroatisch; Passivierung
Volume:35
Pagenumber:19
First Page:1
Last Page:19
Source:(in:) Rasprave Instituta za hrvatski jezik i jezikoslovlje, 35, 2009, S. 1-19
Institutes:Extern
Dewey Decimal Classification:400 Sprache
Sammlungen:Linguistik
Licence (German):License Logo Veröffentlichungsvertrag für Publikationen

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