Modal verbs 5. Perception verbs 5. Characteristics and typology of non-main verbs 6. Non-main verbs selecting a participle 6. Perfect auxiliaries 6. Passive auxiliaries 6. Unclear cases: adjectival participles 6. Non-main verbs selecting a te-infinitive 6. Semi-aspectual verbs 6. Unclear cases 6. Conclusion 6. Non-main verbs selecting a bare infinitive 6. Aspectual verbs 6. Recognizing verb clusters 7. Clause splitting: verb clustering vs.
Conversion: Non-verbal uses of participles and te- infinitives 7. Conclusion 7. The hierarchical order of verbs in verb clusters 7. The linear order of verbs in verb clusters 7.
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Permeation of verb clusters 7. VP adverbials versus clause adverbials 8. Semantic types of adverbial modifiers 8. VP adverbials 8. Clause adverbials 8. Categorial types of adverbial modifiers 8. On the notion of adverb 8. The unmarked order of adverbial modifiers 8. Obligatory adverbial phrases 8. Bibliographical notes 9 Word order in the clause I:General introduction Introduction 9. The overall organization of the clause 9. The position of the verbs 9. The clause-initial position 9.
The postverbal field 9. The middle field 9. Placement of the finite verb The formation of V1- and V2-clauses Clause-initial position remains phonetically empty Topic drop Finite imperatives Narrative inversion Other cases Clause-initial position is filled Wh-questions Wh-movement in simplex clauses short wh-movement Wh-extraction from embedded clauses long wh-movement Islands for question formation Multiple wh-questions Relative clauses Topicalization Wh-exclamatives Comparative sub deletion Reconstruction General introduction Arguments, complementives and selected measure phrases Modifiers of the clause Parts of constituents Word order Bibliographical notes 13 Word order in the clause V: Middle field scrambling Introduction Unmarked word orders in the middle field of the clause A-Scrambling: nominal argument shift A'-scrambling: negation, focus and topic movement Negation movement Contrastive focus and topic movement Conclusion Weak proform shift Bibliographical notes 14 Main-clause external elements Introduction Pragmatic markers Left dislocation Right dislocation Characterization 1.
Nominal features number, gender and person 1. The internal structure of the noun phrase 1. Syntactic uses and semantic functions of the noun phrase 1. Classification 1. Proper nouns 1. Concrete nouns 1. Abstract nouns 1. Common nouns 1. Relational versus non-relational nouns 1. Derivation of nouns 1. Deverbal nouns 1. General properties of nominalization 1. Inf-nominalization Infinitival nominals 1. Ing-nominalization 1. Ge-nominalization 1. Er-nominalization 1. Summary 1.
Deadjectival nouns 1. Denominal nouns 1. Other cases 1.
Compounding 1. Bibliographical notes 2 Projection of noun phrases I: complementation Introduction 2. General observations 2. Prepositional and nominal complements 2. Tests for distinguishing PP-complements from PP-adjuncts 2. Relational nouns 2. Deverbal nouns 2.
Agentive er-nominalizations 2. Inf-nominalizations 2. Ing-nominalizations 2. Ge-nominalizations 2. Deverbal nouns: summary 2. Deadjectival nouns 2. Picture and story nouns 2. Form and position of the arguments 2. Implicit arguments 2. Defining the category 2. The distribution of the arguments of the noun 2. The status of the postnominal PPs 2. Conclusion 2. Clausal complements 2. Finite clauses 2.
Infinitival clauses 2. Differences between clausal complements and relative clauses 2. Bibliographical notes 3 Projection of noun phrases II: modification Introduction 3. Restrictive and non-restrictive modifiers 3. Differences in form 3. Differences in function 3. Modification versus apposition 3. Premodification 3.
Postmodification 3. Adpositional phrases 3. Relative clauses 3. General introduction 3. The form and function of the relative elements 3. Restrictive and non-restrictive relative clauses 3. Differences between restrictive and non-restrictive relative clauses 3. Restrictive relative clauses 3. Non-restrictive relative clauses 3. Stacked, coordinated and nested relative clauses 3.
Coordinated antecedents 3. Coordinated and non-coordinated antecedent reading 3. Conjunctive coordination en 'and' 3. Disjunctive coordination of 'or' 3. Infinitival clauses 3. A special case: clauses referring to a proposition 3. Adjectival phrases 3. Adverbial postmodification 3. Binominal constructions without a preposition 4. Quantificational constructions: een paar boeken 'a couple of books' 4. Types of N1s and N2s 4. The head of the quantificational binominal construction 4. Properties of N1 4. The projection of N2 4. Modification of quantificational binominal constructions 4.
A note on partitive and pseudo-partitive constructions 4. Non-quantificational constructions: een soort boek 'a kind of book' 4. Other constructions 4. Binominal constructions with a preposition 4. The N van een N 'N of a N' construction 4. The meaning of the wat voor construction 4.
Internal structure and distribution of the wat voor construction 4. The wat voor split 4. The interrogative wat voor 'what kind of' construction 4. Bibliographical notes 5 Determiners: articles and pronouns Introduction 5. Articles 5. Noun phrases headed by an article 5. The core meaning of the articles 5. Definiteness and indefiniteness 5. Specificity and non-specificity 5. Distributivity 5. Genericity 5. Summary 5. Noun phrases without an article 5.
Proper nouns 5. Vocatives 5. Special cases 5. Definite articles with acronyms and abbreviations 5. Deviant semantics 5. Complex verbal predicates 5. Articles in evaluative contexts 5. The definite article in measure phrases 5. The definite article in inalienable possession constructions 5.
The negative article geen 'no' 5. The semantics of geen 'no' 5. Distribution of geen inside the noun phrase 5. The syntactic distribution of noun phrases containing geen 5. Pronouns 5. Personal pronouns 5. Referential personal pronouns 5. Interrogative personal pronouns 5. Quantificational personal pronouns 5.
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Relative personal pronouns 5. Reflexive and reciprocal personal pronouns 5. Possessive pronouns 5. Classification 5. Interpretation 5. Weak versus strong forms 5. Binding of referential possessive pronouns 5. Differences between possessive pronouns and possessive van-PPs 5. Demonstrative pronouns 5. Bibliographical notes 6 Numerals and quantifiers Introduction 6. Numerals 6. Cardinal numerals 6. Simple and compound forms 6. Semantics 6. Noun phrases containing a cardinal numeral 6. Modification 6. Special cases 6. Ordinal numerals 6. Quantifiers 6. Introduction 6.
Universal quantifiers 6. Existential quantifiers 6. Degree quantifiers 6. Modification of quantifiers 6. A note on the adverbial use of the degree quantifiers 6. Quantitative er 6. Bibliographical notes 7 Pre-determiners Introduction 7. The universal quantifier al 'all' and its alternants 7. Semantics of al and alle 'all' 7. Distribution of al and alle inside the noun phrase 7. Pre-determiner bare al 'all' 7. Inflected alle 'all' 7.
Distribution of noun phrases modified by al and alle 7. Distribution of al and alle as independent constituents 7. A special case: Allemaal 'all' 7. The use of allemaal as a modifier of a noun phrase 7. The use of allemaal as an independent constituent 7. Pre-determiner bare heel 7. Post-determiner inflectible heel 7. Adjectival heel 7. Post-determiner quantificational heel 7. Distribution of heel and its alternants inside the noun phrase 7. Quantificational heel 7. Distribution of noun phrases quantified by heel and its alternants 7. Distribution of heel and its alternants as independent constituents 7.
A note on focus particles 7. Bibliographical notes 8 Syntactic uses of noun phrases Introduction 8. Noun phrases as arguments 8. Syntactic functions of noun phrases 8. Noun phrases in clause-initial position 8. Object noun phrases in the middle field of the clause: Scrambling 8. Subject noun phrases in the expletive construction 8. Predicative use of the noun phrase 8. Nominal predicates 8. Noun phrases denoting a profession or social function 8. Copular constructions with a singular neuter pronoun as subject 8.
Adverbial use of the noun phrase 8. Temporal phrases 8. Non-temporal adverbial phrases 8. Bibliographical notes Adjectives and Adjective Phrases 1 Characteristics and classification Introduction 1. Syntactic uses 1. A semantic classification 1. Set-denoting, relational, and evaluative adjectives and the residue 1. Set-denoting adjectives 1. In, Morphology and its Interfaces. Linguistik Aktuell , Amsterdam, NL.
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