❰Reading❯ ➹ Prosodic Syntax in Chinese: History and Changes Author Feng Shengli – Bluevapours.co.uk In the two volumes of Prosodic Syntax in Chinese the author develops a new model which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi directional and that prosody can not only constrai In the two volumes of in Chinese: PDF/EPUB å Prosodic Syntax in Chinese the author develops a new model which proposes that the interaction between syntax and prosody is bi directional and that prosody can not only constrains syntactic structures but also activates syntactic operations All of the facts investigated in Chinese provide new perspectives for linguistic theories as well as the insights into the nature of human languages The subtitles of the two volumes are Theory and Facts Prosodic Syntax PDF/EPUB ² and History and Change respectively with each focusing on different topics though each volume has both theoretical and historical descriptive concerns In this volume the author first introduces the relevant theories and concepts of Metrical Phonology Prosodic Phonology and Formal Syntax and formulates the Government based Nuclear Stress Rule in Chinese which can explain how and why Mandarin Chinese sentences are structured in a particular way It is proposed that prosody can not only blocks the Syntax in Chinese: PDF/EPUB ¾ legitimate syntactic structures but also activates the potential syntactic operations The former can be seen from the ungrammatical sentences that are caused by the inoperable NSR in these structures while the Syntax in Chinese: History and Epub / latter can be seen from sentences that are derived from syntactic movements which however are operable only when being motivated by prosody.
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- 252 pages
- Prosodic Syntax in Chinese: History and Changes
- Feng Shengli
- 24 November 2016 Feng Shengli