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Second revised edition
Olomouc : Palacký University Olomouc, 2017
131 stran : ilustrace ; 29 cm

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ISBN 978-80-244-5129-9 (brožováno)
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Nad názvem: Palacký University Olomouc, Faculty of Arts
Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 125-126 a rejstřík
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TABLE OF CONTENTS // 1 INTRODUCTION...1 // 2 PARTS OF SPEECH/WORD CATEGORIES (REVISION)...3 // 2.1 The Nature of grammatical Categories...3 // 2.2 General principles of classification...4 // 2.3 Semantic-Notional Criteria for establishing a Category...4 // 2.4 Morphological Criteria for establishing an item’s Category (very reliable)...5 // 2.4.1 Derivational Morphology and the Right-Hand Head Rule...5 // 2.4.2 Inflectional Morphology: Categorial Features...6 // 2.4.3 Grammaticalization as a source of Morphology...6 // 2.4.4 Types of Features...<3 // 2.5 Syntactic Criteria for Establishing a Category...11 // 2.6 Heads, Phrases and Pro-forms...11 // 2.7 Categorial Proto-typicality...14 // 2.8 Some functional categories or “minor” parts of speech...15 // 3 SEMANTICS AND MORPHOLOGY OF ENGLISH NOUNS...18 // 3.1 Countability and Number...19 // 3.1.1 Countability...79 // 3.1.2 Number...20 // 3.2 Animacy and Gender...21 // 3.2.1 Animacy...22 // 3.2.2 Gender...22 // 3.3 Determiners: Reference and Quantification...25 // 3.3.1 Classification of Determiners with respect to Distribution...26 // 3.3.2 Pronouns and Articles...27 // 3.3.3 Types of Reference...28 // 3.4 Inflectional Morphology of Nouns (Summary)...29 // 4 SYNTACTIC PROPERTIES OF NOUNS AND NOUN PHRASES...32 // 4.1 Internal Structure of Noun Phrases...32 // 4.1.1 N-premodifiers (See also Section 3.3)...33 // 4.1.2 Determined and Quantified NP...34 // 4.1.3 Recursive pre-modifiers of “N”...35 // 4.1.4 Recursive N postmodifiers...35
// 4.2 Distribution and Sentence Functions of Noun Phrases...37 // 4.3 Case Inflection and Sentence Functions...37 // 4.3.1 The Repertory and Realizations of Morphological Case...37 // 4.3.2 The Source and Function of (abstract) Case...38 // 5 PRONOUNS...44 // 5.1 Personal Pronouns...44 // 5.1.1 Interpretation of Personal Pronouns...44 // 5.1.2 Functions and Forms of Personal Pronouns...45 // 5.1.3 Demonstrative Determiners, Pronouns and Adverbs...46 // 5.2 Restricted (Post-)Modification of Pronominals...46 // 5.3 Rei ati ve Pronouns...48 // 5.3.1 THE FORM OF RELA FIVE PRONO UNS...48 // 5.3.2 Omitting the Relative Pronoun...49 // 5.4 Interrogative Pronouns...49 // 5.4.1 The form of the Interrogative Pronouns...49 // 5.4.2 The position of the WH-Pronouns...50 // 5.4.3 Interpretation of Interrogative Pronouns...57 // 5.4.4 Comparing English and Czech WH-questions...51 // 6 ANAPHORS (REFLEXIVES AND RECIPROCALS)...55 // 6.1 Deixis, Reference and Co-Reference...55 // 6.1.1 Anaphors, Pronominals and Referential expressions...55 // 6.1.2 Co-reference (Antecedents and Indices)...56 // 6.1.3 The linear position of an antecedent (especially with pragmatic anaphors)...56 // 6.2 The Form and Interpretation of English Bound Anaphors...57 // 6.2.1 Antecedents of anaphors...57 // 6.2.2 Local Binding of Anaphors - The Binding Theory...58 // 6.2.3 Reciprocals...58 // 6.3 The Distribution/ Use of Reflexive/ Reciprocal Pronouns...59 // 6.3.1 Some distinctions between Czech and English...59 // 7 THE
MODIFIER CATEGORIES A (ADJECTIVES) AND ADVERBS...62 // 7.1 Semantic characteristics of Adjectives/ Adverbs...62 // 7.2 Adjectival/Adverbial Morphology...63 // 7.2.1 Derivational Morphology for the category “A”...63 // 7.2.2 Inflectional morphology of A...63 // 7.2.3 Grading...63 // 7.2.4 The inflectional nature of the Adj- Adv morpheme -ly...64 // 7.3 Internal Phrase Structure of AP...65 // 7.3.1 Pre-modification of A...65 // 7.3.2 Post-modification of A...66 // 7.3.3 Both pre- and post-modifiers of the category ‘A ”...67 // 7.3.4 Classification of Adverbs...67 // 8 SYNTAX OF APS...69 // 8.1 Syntax (distribution, functions) of Adjective Phrases...69 // 8.1.1 Adjective Pre-ZPost-modifiers of a Noun...76 // 8.1.2 Predicate Function of Adjective Phrases...72 // 8.1.3 Subject/Object Adjective Phrase Complements (Secondary Predicate, ‘doplnek’)..73 // 8.1.4 Central vs. Peripheral Adjectives...75 // 8.2 ‘Adverbial1 Positions of APs and PPs...79 // 8.2.1 Adverbials as Modifiers...79 // 8.2.2 Adverbials as Adjuncts...$6 // 8.2.3 General Distribution ofAP Adjuncts/Adverbials...81 // 8.2.4 Negative, partial negative, and positive adverbs...82 // 8.3 Adverbials as PPs (Adverbial Prepositions and Particles)...83 // 8.3.1 Degree Words: Grading Adverbs...83 // 8.3.2 Verb-modifying Particles...83 // 9 SEMANTICS AND MORPHOLOGY OF VERBS...85 // 9.1 Semantic Specification and Classifications...85 // 9.2 Verbal Paradigm (Inflectional Morphology on Verbs)...86 // 9.2.1 Contexts for
bare infintives...87 // 9.3 Tense...88 // 9.4 Aspect...89 // 9.5 Combinations of Aspect
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