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Subject Clitics in the Northern Italian Dialects

A Comparative Study Based on the Minimalist Program and Optimality Theory (Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory)

by Cecilia Goria

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    Subjects:
  • Language & Linguistics,
  • Mathematics,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Linguistics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / General,
  • General,
  • Clitics,
  • Clitische elementen.,
  • Dialecten.,
  • Italian language,
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    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9443121M
    ISBN 101402027362
    ISBN 109781402027369

    Dialectal Variation in the Northern Italian Domain Dialectology from a language internal perspective •External language is the manifestation of internal language: we can look at the product to discover how the “machine” is made •Each person has a minimally different language (as in a family of bacteria each has a minimally different DNA). The present contribution focuses on the interaction between the impersonal si/se and subject clitics in northern Italian dialects. In western dialects, si co-occurs with a non-agreeing clitic form (while it cannot co-occur with object clitics in the so-called passive-si construction); in Venetan dialects, the co-occurrence of se and subject clitics is degraded/ungrammatical, while in Friulian Cited by: 1.

    We argue that preverbal and postverbal subject clitics in northern Italian dialects are the same lexical items. The different forms of proclitics and enclitics can be explained phonologically (i.e., by phonological constraints ranked in a particular order) and by the hypothesis that morphologically neutral vowels may be inserted in final position (what we call morphological epenthesis).Cited by: Abstract. Following recent studies (see for instance Poletto ) on the higher functional field, in this paper I aim to give a contribution to the cartography of the CP projection, by examining the behaviour of subject and object clitics in the Northern Italian dialect of Carmignano di Brenta, in comparison with the nearby dialect spoken in : Nicoletta Penello.

    Rizzi (), the unstressed subject pronouns of northern Italian dialects (NIDs) have been considered (clitic) heads different from, for example, their French preverbal counterparts, which are considered maximal projections, namely ‘pho-nological clitics’ (Kayne ) . SUBJECT CLITICS IN NORTHERN ITALIAN DIALECTS is not a subject clitic, but the default realization of a functional head; see Cardinaletti and Repetti ) We adopt a derivational account of the syntax, which feeds into a constraint-based, Opti-mality Theory (OT) model of phonology. (See Bo'kovic´ , Golston , and Selkirk


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: Subject Clitics in the Northern Italian Dialects: A Comparative Study Based on the Minimalist Program and Optimality Theory (Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory) (): Cecilia Goria: Books. Subject Clitics in the Northern Italian Dialects: A Comparative Study Based on the Minimalist Program and Optimality Theory (Studies in Natural Language and Subject Clitics in the Northern Italian Dialects book Theory Book 60) - Kindle edition by Goria, Cecilia.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or by: 7. Overview 1. 0 INTRODUCTION This book provides an encompassing analysis of Subject Clitics (SCLs) by giving a detailed description of these elements in two varieties of Piedmontese, a Northern Italian Dialect: Astigiano and Turinese spoken in the areas of Asti and Turin : $ About this book Introduction 1.

0 INTRODUCTION This book provides an encompassing analysis of Subject Clitics (SCLs) by giving a detailed description of these elements in two varieties of Piedmontese, a Northern Italian Dialect: Astigiano and Turinese spoken in the areas of Asti and Turin respectively.

Subject Clitics in the Northern Italian Dialects. A Comparative Study Based on the Minimalist Program and Optimality Theory. Dordrecht: Springer. subject-verb agreement in 3rd singular contexts, morpho-phonological factors in 3rd plural contexts, and phonological, syntactic, and extra-linguistic factors in 1 st person contexts.

Following the general view that SCls in northern Italian dialects express subjectCited by: 1. Clitics in the Languages of Europe. by Riemsdijk, Henk van The internal structure of AgrS and subject clitics in the Northern Italian dialects Poletto, Cecilia. 30,00 € / $ / £ Get Access to Full Text.

Citation Information. Cecilia Poletto (). The internal structure of AgrS and subject clitics in the Northern Italian. But while in Northern Italian and northern Romance it is possible to recognize, in the functions of subject clitics, features belonging to subject agreement, in Occitan most of the functions of Author: Paola Benincà.

The main goal of this chapter is critically to address from a comparative perspective some of the most important issues regarding the syntax of Romance subject clitics as currently found in northern and southern Gallo-Romance varieties, Francoprovençal, Raeto-Romance, and the dialects of northern Italy and northern Tuscany.

Specific topics dealt with include: what counts as a subject clitic Author: Cecilia Poletto. structure with the DP-subject in the VP-internal position. Agreement is always established between the DP-subject and the verb by means of the subject clitic. On the other hand, Italian and Northern Italian dialects possess head subject-clitics which occupy the head of a separate AGRcl functional category.

Synopsis 0 INTRODUCTION This book provides an encompassing analysis of Subject Clitics (SCLs) by giving a detailed description of these elements in two varieties of Piedmontese, a Northern Italian Dialect: Astigiano and Turinese spoken in the areas of Asti and Turin : Springer Netherlands.

The internal structure of AGRS and subject clitics in the northern Italian dialects of Italian object clitic pronouns, the book discusses the distinctive morphosyntactic, semantic, and. Read "Subject Clitics in the Northern Italian Dialects A Comparative Study Based on the Minimalist Program and Optimality Theory" by Cecilia Goria available from Rakuten Kobo.

0 INTRODUCTION This book provides an encompassing analysis of Subject Clitics (SCLs) by giving a detailed description o. After a brief outline of the principal episodes in the external history, the chapter surveys the principal aspects of phonology, morphology and syntax of the dialects of northern Italy, including both Gallo-Italic (Ligurian, Piedmontese, Lombard, Emilian-Romagnol) and Venetan dialects.

Topics dealt with include: characteristics of northern Italian dialects; suprasegmental phonology; segmental Author: Paola Benincà. As a result of the Germanic influence, both the Langue d’Oïl varieties and the Northern Italian dialects exhibit some Germanic traits such as being non-null-subject other words, in these Romance varieties the subject of a sentence must be explicit, even if it can be understood from context or if it is non-referential, as in weather-sentences.

subject clitics in northern Italian dialects. In western dialects, si co-occurs with a non-agreeing clitic form (while it cannot co-occur with object clitics in the so-called passive- si construction); in Venetan dialects, the co-occurrence of se and subject clitics is degraded/ungrammatical, while in Friulian the.

Northern Italian dialects, many of which appear to exhibit some ‘null-subject’ phenomena while requiring the presence of subject clitics in many contexts as well, clearly present an interesting challenge to this view (see § below, and.

northern italian dialect subject clitic variation adjacent negation morpho-phonological factor general view object clitics zero form singular context categorical case empirical data influence overt scl alternation vary phonological context subject-verb agreement single grammar extra-linguistic factor influence scl variation person context.

Chapter 5: Subject Clitics 0. Introduction 1. Subject clitic pronouns in Northern Italian dialects 2. Subject clitics in Borgomanerese: an overview 3. The subject clitic i 4. Third person singular l and la 5. The second person singular subject clitics tal and t 6.

The subject clitic a 7. The subject clitic ngh 8. The impersonal clitic s Chapter. We argue that preverbal and postverbal subject clitics in northern Ital-ian dialects are the same lexical items. The different forms of proclitics and enclitics can be explained phonologically (i.e., by phonological constraints ranked in a particular.

Subject clitics in the Northern Italian dialects: a comparative study based on the minimalist program and optimality theory. [Cecilia Goria] -- "This book provides an analysis of Subject Clitics concentrating on Astigiano and Turinese, two dialects spoken in the North of Italy.Subject Clitics in the Northern Italian Dialects: a Comparative Study Based on the Minimalist Program and Optimality Theory.

[Cecilia Goria] -- This book provides an analysis of Subject Clitics concentrating on Astigiano and Turinese, two dialects spoken in the North of Italy, in the areas of Asti and Turin respectively.Cattaneo, Andrea.

It Is all about Clitics: The Case of a Northern Italian Dialect like Bellinzonese. PhD thesis, New York University. Cinque, Guglielmo. "On si Constructions and the Theory of Arb". Linguistic Inquiry Cognola, Federica.

Syntactic Variation and Verb Second. A German Dialect in Northern : Jan Casalicchio, Vania Masutti.