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The Resource Verbs of Motion in Medieval English

Verbs of Motion in Medieval English

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Verbs of Motion in Medieval English
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Verbs of Motion in Medieval English
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Few studies have been made on Old English verbs of motion after Weman (1933). Verbs of motion are ordinary words, for which cognates can be found among Germanic languages, but the choice of words as renderings of the Latin verbs can be different. This piece of work presents various aspects of the verbs which, basically denoting coming and going, have shown diachronic changes morphologically, semantically and syntactically
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Verbs of Motion in Medieval English
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Verbs of Motion in Medieval English
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7722/j.ctt81q33
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Contents
  • PREFACE; ABBREVIATIONS; Chapter I: Introduction; 1. General Remarks; 2. Comparison with Verbs of Motion in Other Germanic Languages; 3. Verbs of Motion Unexpressed; Chapter II: The Rivalry among Synonyms; 1. The Rivalry between the Gan-Group and the Faran-group; 2. The Merging of OE Faran and Feran; 3. Verbs Denoting 'To Turn'; 4. The Come-and-Go Contrast; 5. Other Verbs which Show Rivalry; Chapter III: The Reflexive Construction; 1. Ref lexive vs. Non-Ref lexive; 2. OE Gewitan; 3. The Reflexive in Imperative Constructions; Chapter IV: 'Impersonal' Uses of Verbs of Motion
  • 1. Without Dative of Person2. With Dative of Person; Chapter V: Verbs with Preposed or Postposed Elements; 1. Prefix/Particle-Verb vs. Verb-Particle; 2. Prefixes with Adverbial Counterparts; 3. Bound Morphemes as Prefixes; 4. Verbs with Prepositional Phrases; 5. The TypeWeg Niman; 6. Idiomatic Expressions with Verbs of Motion; Chapter VI: Verbs of Motion as Auxiliaries; 1. Cuman/Gan + Infinitive; 2. Cuman/Gan + Present Participle; 3. Gewitan + Infinitive and Witan + Infinitive; 4. Onginnan + Infinitive; Chapter VII: Present and Past Participles of Verbs of Motion
  • 1. Transitive vs. Intransitive2. Habban + Past Participle vs. Beon/Wesan + Past Participle; 3. Beon/Wesan + Present Participle; Chapter VIII: Loan Verbs of Motion; 1. Native Verbs vs. Loan Verbs; 2. Loan Verbs vs. Loan Verbs; Chapter IX: Conclusion; APPENDICES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX OF VERBS
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