By Jürgen Bohnemeyer (editor), Eric Pederson (editor)
Occasion illustration in Language and Cognition examines new study into how the brain offers with the event of occasions. Empirical learn into the cognitive methods concerned while humans view occasions and speak about them continues to be a tender box. The chapters by means of major specialists draw on facts from the outline of occasions in spoken and signed languages, first and moment language acquisition, co-speech gesture and eye activities in the course of language construction, and from non-linguistic categorization and different initiatives. The publication highlights newly came upon facts for a way conception, inspiration, and language constrain one another within the adventure of occasions. it is going to be of specific curiosity to linguists, psychologists, and philosophers, in addition to to a person drawn to the illustration and processing of occasions.
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A letter)’ Event representation in serial verb constructions 29 Verb series denoting transporting events. A verb of manipulation, usually d- (hold, handle, get, touch, control) combines with one or more verbs of locomotion. th. th. th. th. th. th. back and forth’ The last verb series in (9) is a compact SVC that itself consists of two compact SVCs, d ap tan + d ap yap, whose order can be reversed. Verb series denoting resultative or change of state events. In the simplest case, resultative SVCs contain just two verbs: V1 is transitive and specifies an activity performed by an agent, usually forceful contact.
Since then another thirty or so have been discovered. The dictionary distinguishes about 400 senses among the 130 verbs, a much smaller amount of polysemy than is recorded for the most common 130 English verbs. ‘Verb adjunct’ is the usual term for this word class in Papuan linguistics. ’ Event representation in serial verb constructions 19 order of major constituents is Subject Object Verb. If there is a secondary object it usually precedes the primary object, as in (2): (2) ˜ An np moni n-a-k?
Narrative SVCs are preferred when speakers do not want to individuate the stages. In narrative SVCs individual events in the sequence are mentioned but in the most minimal way, with little or no use of what Labov calls ‘evaluative devices’ – such as voice modulations, adverbial intensifiers, Event representation in serial verb constructions 31 and descriptive phrases – to add detail and drama to the bare bones of the reported actions. And, as many of the examples show, speakers narrating a particular episode can use a mixture of strategies, using single verb clauses for some stages and narrative SVCs for others.
Event Representation in Language and Cognition (Language Culture and Cognition (No. 11)) by Jürgen Bohnemeyer (editor), Eric Pederson (editor)