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German particle verbs and pleonastic prepositions

  • This paper discusses the behaviour of German particle verbs formed by two-way prepositions in combination with pleonastic PPs including the verb particle as a preposition. These particle verbs have a characteristic feature: some of them license directional prepositional phrases in the accusative, some only allow for locative PPs in the dative, and some particle verbs can occur with PPs in the accusative and in the dative. Directional particle verbs together with directional PPs present an additional problem: the particle and the preposition in the PP seem to provide redundant information. The paper gives an overview of the semantic verb classes influencing this phenomenon, based on corpus data, and explains the underlying reasons for the behaviour of the particle verbs. We also show how the restrictions on particle verbs and pleonastic PPs can be expressed in a grammar theory like Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG).

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Author:Ines Rehbein, Josef van Genabith
URN:urn:nbn:de:bsz:mh39-57564
URL:http://doras.dcu.ie/16172/
Parent Title (English):Proceedings of the Third ACL-SIGSEM Workshop on Prepositions. Trento, Italy. April 03-03, 2006
Publisher:Association for Computational Linguistics
Place of publication:Stroudsburg, PA
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Language:English
Year of first Publication:2006
Date of Publication (online):2017/01/09
Publicationstate:Veröffentlichungsversion
Reviewstate:(Verlags)-Lektorat
Tag:Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG); Particle Verbs; Pleonastic Prepositions
GND Keyword:Deutsch; Korpus <Linguistik>; Lexikalisch funktionale Grammatik; Partikelverb; Syntaktische Analyse
First Page:57
Last Page:64
Dewey Decimal Classification:400 Sprache / 430 Deutsch
BDSL-Classification:Grammatik
Linguistics-Classification:Grammatikforschung
Open Access?:Ja
Licence (English):License LogoCreative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International