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The semantic predecessors of need in the history of English (c750-1710)
|Series||Publications of the Philological Society -- 43|
|LC Classifications||PE1315.A8 L68 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009021978|
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Lucia Loureiro Porto The Semantic Predecessors of Need in the History of English. Publications of the Philological Society, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
xiv + pp. ISBN English modal verbs have been the object of extensive research because of their well-known special morphosyntactic and semantic features.
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[Lucia Loureiro-Porto]. In the history of English at least five verbs have been found to mean ‘need’: þurfan, beþurfan, need, behove and mister. By adopting a corpus-based approach, this book studies all of them diachronically, from the origins of the language (c) to the end of the early Modern English period ().
Offers a detailed analysis of the meaning of these five verbs which have been. The semantic predecessors of need in the history of English (c. ) / Lucía Loureiro-Porto.
Format Book Published Chichester, U.K. ; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, . Description xv, p. ; 23 cm. Series Publications of the Philological Society ; 43 Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Lucía Loureiro–Porto. Throughout the history, English was changing steadily. Not only was the English grammar, pronunciation or vocabulary being altered over the centuries but also the semantics of lexemes.
A major factor that has a considerable impact on the semantics of Format: Paperback. Synopsis. The book is, as the title suggests, about a semantic analysis of language, and particularly the word "Good" as it is used in English.
Composition. The book is written in a large number of numbered paragraphs to be exact. It also includes a short preface. English Language and Linguistics Category A: David Banks, The Development of Scientific Writing. Linguistic Features and Historical Context.
London, Oakville: Equinox. Category B: Lucia Loureiro-Porto, The Semantic Predecessors of Need in the History of English (c – ). Wiley-Blackwell. Stern’s theory of metaphor. Chapter 6 treats the basics of English tense and aspect.
Chapter 7, on the inter-related topics of modality, scope and quantiﬁcation, is the semantic summit of the book, including a short introduction to Generalised Quantiﬁer Theory.
Theoretical concepts and technical terms are introduced to the extent. Define behoove. behoove synonyms, behoove pronunciation, behoove translation, English dictionary definition of behoove. behooved, behooving, behooves v. To be necessary or proper for: It behooves you at least to try.
intr. The Semantic Predecessors of Need in the History of English. Formal history and etymology of monster Semantic history Overview Some other historical dictionaries Middle English Dictionary (MED) Anglo-Norman Dictionary (AND) Dictionary of the Scots Language (DSL) Dictionary of Old English (DOE) Other dictionaries Historical corpora.
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