Grammar and interaction
New directions in constructional research
Special Issue of Constructions and Frames 2:2 (2010)
[Constructions and Frames, 2:2] 2010. v, 151 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Grammar and interaction: New directions in constructional researchMirjam Fried | pp. 125–133
Interactional frames and grammatical descriptions: The case of Japanese noun-modifying constructionsYoshiko Matsumoto | pp. 135–157
A constructional account of genre-based argument omissionsJosef Ruppenhofer and Laura A. Michaelis | pp. 158–184
Beyond the sentence: Constructions, frames and spoken interactionKerstin Fischer | pp. 185–207
Don’t go V-ing in Cypriot Greek: Semantic, pragmatic, and prosodic aspects of a prohibitive constructionMarina Terkourafi | pp. 208–241
Parts of speech as constructions: The case of Hebrew “adverbs”Bracha Nir and Ruth A. Berman | pp. 242–274
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