Julia Nintemann

Julia Nintemann
Universität Bremen | Uni Bremen · Faculty 10: Linguistics

Master of Arts

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As a follow-up study to the global comparison of spatial interrogatives (Studia Typologica 20), the present book examines the spatial declarative counterparts which are provided by the expression class of spatial deictic adverbs. In a functionally motivated typological approach, equivalents of Early Modern English here – hither – hence and there –...
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In response to the typology of spatial interrogatives (Stolz et al. 2017b), the morphologically corresponding spatial deictic declaratives pursuant to the three basic relations place – goal – source are brought into focus for a comparison of both related paradigms. A canonical model (Corbett 2005) is applied to assess paradigms of spatial deictic f...
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This paper analyzes and compares how different East and South East African Bantu languages reduplicate monosyllabic verbs. Usually, Bantu languages require a minimally bisyllabic reduplicant in verb reduplication, which is why the reduplication of monosyllabic verbs is problematic and calls for avoidance strategies in order to circumvent the proble...
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The extant generalizations about the grammar of space rely heavily on the analyses of declarative sentences. There is a need to check whether these generalizations also hold in the domain of interrogation. To this end this book analyzes data from some 450 languages (including non-standard varieties). The focus is on paradigms of spatial interrogati...
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This paper examines some of the problems which arise in connection with the question of whether or not reduplication is a language universal. The point of departure of the study is Moravcsik’s (1978) seminal paper on reduplicative constructions in cross-linguistic perspective. In the main body of the paper, the picture of the geo-linguistic distrib...

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