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Aspect, tense and action in the Arabic dialect of Beirut, by Stefan Bruweleit

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Aspect, tense and action in the Arabic dialect of Beirut
Title
Aspect, tense and action in the Arabic dialect of Beirut
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by Stefan Bruweleit
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Language
eng
Summary
The linguistic categories of aspect, tense and action are closely interrelated. In the first part of Aspect, Tense and Action in the Arabic dialect of Beirut, Stefan Bruweleit defines the three categories and describes the interplay between them at a metagrammatical level. In the next parts he applies the theoretical findings of the first part to the Arabic dialect of Beirut, investigates the ways temporal, aspectual and actional categories are expressed and shows how to decide whether the verb system of the dialect has to be regarded as aspectual or as temporal. One of the main results of the work is the fact that a thorough understanding of a verb system is only possible through an understanding of the categorial interplay of aspect, tense and action
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Bruweleit, Stefan
Dewey number
492.7/7
Index
index present
LC call number
PJ6709
LC item number
.B78 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics,
Series volume
Volume 79
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  • Arabic language
  • Arabic language
  • Urban dialects
  • Arabic language
  • Languages in contact
  • Beirut (Lebanon)
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY
  • Arabic language
  • Arabic language
  • Arabic language
  • Language and languages
  • Languages in contact
  • Urban dialects
  • Arab countries
  • Lebanon
Label
Aspect, tense and action in the Arabic dialect of Beirut, by Stefan Bruweleit
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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Contents
  • Preface; List of Figures; List of Abbreviations; Part 1 The Theoretical Basis ; Chapter 1 General Reflections on Universal Grammar ; Chapter 2 Tense ; Chapter 3 Aspect ; 3.1 General Remarks ; 3.2 still-situations; 3.3 while-situations; 3.4 until-situations; 3.5 before-situations; 3.6 since- / for-situations; 3.7 circumstantial situations; 3.8 after-situations; 3.9 Verbs of Perception; 3.10 Resultative Verbs; Chapter 4 Action ; 4.1 General Remarks; 4.2 complex : simplex; 4.3 punctual : durative; 4.4 telic : atelic; Chapter 5 The Categorial Interplay ; 5.1 General Remarks
  • 5.2 Tense and Aspect5.2.1 + Tense and Imperfectivity; 5.2.2 + Tense and Perfectivity; 5.2.3 -- Tense and Aspect; 5.3 Action and Tense; 5.4 Action and Aspect; 5.5 Summary; Chapter 6 Negation ; Chapter 7 The Reference Point in Aspectual and Tense Languages ; Part 2 The Arabic Dialect of Beirut ; Chapter 8 Introductory Remarks ; Chapter 9 Some Remarks on the Phonology and the Verb Forms ; 9.1 Phonology; 9.2 The Verb Forms; Chapter 10 Anteriority to the Speech Time ; 10.1 Non-habitual Anteriority to the Speech Time; 10.1.1 Main Clauses; 10.1.2 Subordinate Clauses
  • 10.2 Habitual Anteriority to the Speech Time10.2.1 Main Clauses; 10.2.2 Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 11 Plural Situations ; 11.1 Main Clauses; 11.2 Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 12 Simultaneity with a Reference Point in the Past ; 12.1 Simple Simultaneity; 12.1.1 Main Clauses; 12.1.2 Subordinate Clauses; 12.2 since- / for-situations and still-situations; 12.2.1 Main Clauses; 12.2.2 still-situations; 12.2.3 Subordinate clauses of since- / for- and still-situations; Chapter 13 Anteriority to a Reference Point in the Past ; 13.1 Main Clauses; 13.2 Subordinate Clauses; 13.3 before-situations
  • 13.4 until-situationsChapter 14 Posteriority to a Reference Point in the Past ; 14.1 Main and Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 15 The Speech Time ; 15.1 Non-habituality with Present Time Reference; 15.1.1 Simultaneity with the Speech Time; 15.1.1.1 Main Clauses; 15.1.1.2 Subordinate Clauses; 15.1.2 Since- / for-situations; 15.1.2.1 Main Clauses; 15.1.2.2 Subordinate Clauses; 15.1.3 Situations that are Restricted to a Limited Period of Time; 15.1.3.1 Main Clauses; 15.1.3.2 Subordinate Clauses; 15.2 Habituality with Present Time Reference; 15.2.1 Main Clauses; 15.2.2 Subordinate Clauses
  • Chapter 16 Extratemporality Chapter 17 Posteriority to the Speech Time ; 17.1 Main Clauses; 17.2 Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 18 Simultaneity with a Reference Point in the Future ; 18.1 Main and Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 19 Anteriority to a Reference Point in the Future ; 19.1 Main and Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 20 Verbs of Perception ; Chapter 21 Circumstantial Clauses ; Chapter 22 Conditional Clauses ; Part 3 Summary and Analysis ; Chapter 23 Summary Arranged According to Chapter ; 23.1 Non-habitual Anteriority to the Speech Time ; 23.2 Habitual Anteriority to the Speech Time
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9789004287549
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10.1163/9789004287549
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(OCoLC)902674406
Label
Aspect, tense and action in the Arabic dialect of Beirut, by Stefan Bruweleit
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; List of Figures; List of Abbreviations; Part 1 The Theoretical Basis ; Chapter 1 General Reflections on Universal Grammar ; Chapter 2 Tense ; Chapter 3 Aspect ; 3.1 General Remarks ; 3.2 still-situations; 3.3 while-situations; 3.4 until-situations; 3.5 before-situations; 3.6 since- / for-situations; 3.7 circumstantial situations; 3.8 after-situations; 3.9 Verbs of Perception; 3.10 Resultative Verbs; Chapter 4 Action ; 4.1 General Remarks; 4.2 complex : simplex; 4.3 punctual : durative; 4.4 telic : atelic; Chapter 5 The Categorial Interplay ; 5.1 General Remarks
  • 5.2 Tense and Aspect5.2.1 + Tense and Imperfectivity; 5.2.2 + Tense and Perfectivity; 5.2.3 -- Tense and Aspect; 5.3 Action and Tense; 5.4 Action and Aspect; 5.5 Summary; Chapter 6 Negation ; Chapter 7 The Reference Point in Aspectual and Tense Languages ; Part 2 The Arabic Dialect of Beirut ; Chapter 8 Introductory Remarks ; Chapter 9 Some Remarks on the Phonology and the Verb Forms ; 9.1 Phonology; 9.2 The Verb Forms; Chapter 10 Anteriority to the Speech Time ; 10.1 Non-habitual Anteriority to the Speech Time; 10.1.1 Main Clauses; 10.1.2 Subordinate Clauses
  • 10.2 Habitual Anteriority to the Speech Time10.2.1 Main Clauses; 10.2.2 Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 11 Plural Situations ; 11.1 Main Clauses; 11.2 Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 12 Simultaneity with a Reference Point in the Past ; 12.1 Simple Simultaneity; 12.1.1 Main Clauses; 12.1.2 Subordinate Clauses; 12.2 since- / for-situations and still-situations; 12.2.1 Main Clauses; 12.2.2 still-situations; 12.2.3 Subordinate clauses of since- / for- and still-situations; Chapter 13 Anteriority to a Reference Point in the Past ; 13.1 Main Clauses; 13.2 Subordinate Clauses; 13.3 before-situations
  • 13.4 until-situationsChapter 14 Posteriority to a Reference Point in the Past ; 14.1 Main and Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 15 The Speech Time ; 15.1 Non-habituality with Present Time Reference; 15.1.1 Simultaneity with the Speech Time; 15.1.1.1 Main Clauses; 15.1.1.2 Subordinate Clauses; 15.1.2 Since- / for-situations; 15.1.2.1 Main Clauses; 15.1.2.2 Subordinate Clauses; 15.1.3 Situations that are Restricted to a Limited Period of Time; 15.1.3.1 Main Clauses; 15.1.3.2 Subordinate Clauses; 15.2 Habituality with Present Time Reference; 15.2.1 Main Clauses; 15.2.2 Subordinate Clauses
  • Chapter 16 Extratemporality Chapter 17 Posteriority to the Speech Time ; 17.1 Main Clauses; 17.2 Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 18 Simultaneity with a Reference Point in the Future ; 18.1 Main and Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 19 Anteriority to a Reference Point in the Future ; 19.1 Main and Subordinate Clauses; Chapter 20 Verbs of Perception ; Chapter 21 Circumstantial Clauses ; Chapter 22 Conditional Clauses ; Part 3 Summary and Analysis ; Chapter 23 Summary Arranged According to Chapter ; 23.1 Non-habitual Anteriority to the Speech Time ; 23.2 Habitual Anteriority to the Speech Time
Control code
902674406
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9789004287549
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unknown
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
10.1163/9789004287549
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)902674406

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