Desk of contents
v Preface and acknowledgements
Chiara Gianollo, Agnes Jäger and Doris Penka
1 Language switch on the syntax-semantics interface. views and demanding situations 1
Elly van Gelderen
2 Semantic and formal gains: characteristic economic system in language
3 Linking syntax and semantics of adnominal ownership within the historical past of German 57
4 such a lot traditionally one zero one Paola Crisma
5 The “indefinite article” from cardinal to operator to expletive 125
6 The Greek Septuagint and language swap on the syntax-semantics interface: from null to “pleonastic” item pronouns 153
Magnus Breder Birkenes and Florian Sommer
7 The contract of collective nouns within the historical past of historic Greek and German 183
Antje Casaretto and Carolin Schneider
8 Vedic neighborhood debris on the syntax-semantics interface 223
Cleo Condoravdi and Ashwini Deo
9 point shifts in Indo-Aryan and trajectories of semantic switch 261
10 the advance of conditional should still in English 293
11 The Greek Jespersen’s cycle: Renewal, balance and structural microelevation 323
Subject index 355
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