This book is an endeavour to probe into the areas of Hindi syntax which have been rather under-explored in generative literature. It investigates the syntax and semantics of Hindi verbs and their argument structure alternations within the minimalist framework. In the course of this exploration it examines unaccusativity, unergativity, transitive, causative alternations and passives in Hindi. The book will be of interest to theoretical linguists and computational linguists, as well as to Hindi syntax specialists.(to appear) In Proceedings of WSCLA, 10. Vancouver: UBCWPL. Alexiadou, Artemis ... (and other related questions). In Papers from the UPenn/MIT roundtable on argument structure and aspect, Heidi Harley, (ed.), 1-20. Cambridge, Mass.
|Title||:||Hindi Verb Classes and their Argument Structure Alternations|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2011-07-12|