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결과술어구문의 어휘-통사적 분석

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Authors
유은정
Issue Date
2011-05-15
Publisher
서울대학교 라틴아메리카연구소(SNUILAS)
Citation
Revista Iberoamericana, Vol.22 No.1, pp. 261-285
Keywords
Resultative predicatePseudo-resultativeVerb-framed language결과술어유사 결과술어동사형 언어
Abstract
This study deals with the adjectival resultative construction interpreted

as ‘X1 CAUSE [Y2 BECOME Z3]’. In Spanish, it is impossible to construct this

construction with adjectival secondary predicate unlike other languages,

especially English. The resultatives are secondary predicates indicating the

result of action described by the primary predicate. Contrary to the depictives,

the resultative predicate maintains lexically a close relationship with the main

verb. Therefore, through the structural approach of adjunct predication we don’t

have access to all the information contained in the resultative construction.

That’s why it’s necessary to assume the lexical-syntactic derivation and to

argue that the lexicon and the syntax are related directly. Based on lexical

property of verbs, I argue the lexicalization of motion event across different

kinds of languages discussed in Talmy(1985; 2000) and Talmy’s typological

distinction between verb-framed and satellite-framed languages for verb roots

with respect to the expression of motion events. Following Talmy(1985; 2000)

and Tenny(2000), I propose that the verb-framed languages, such as Spanish,

express core predicate on the verb. And I claim that the resultative secondary

predicates of pseudo-resultative construction modify and emphasize the path

element conflated on the verb.
ISSN
1598-7779
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/73844
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