10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CORELATIVE»
Discover the use of corelative
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to corelative
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
9.1.3 Relative and corelative pronouns As a typical AOV, SV language, Kham
has a relativizing strategy that does not make use of relative pronouns. For the
Kham equivalent of English relative clauses like the woman who went ... or the
Language Typology and Syntactic Description: Volume 2, ...
Andrews (1985:54–6, 170–2) notes what appears to be a historical residue of the
corelative clause in English, the 'indefinite comparative' construction of sentences
such as the more you eat, the hungrier you get. Adjoined rcs always appear to ...
Language Typology and Syntactic Description: Complex ...
(58) below from Wappo is arguably a corelative (compare with the internal RC in
(53) from Wappo). (58) 'i chuya-^ fumta cephi Soyikhi' me house-Do bought it(
sunj) burned down The house I bought burned down' Note that, analyzing (58) as
CLS: Papers from the General Session at the ... Regional Meeting
Binding relations in corelative clauses Alice Davison University of Illinois
Introduction. Relative clauses in various languages can be realized in a number
of different ways, two of which will be discussed here. These are head relatives,
like the ...
Chicago Linguistic Society. Regional Meeting, 1986
The Works of Adam Smith, LL.D. and F.R.S. of London and ...
expressions, for example, sructus arboris, the fruit of the tree ,- saccr Herculi,
sacred to Hercules ,- the variations made in the corelative words, arbor and
Hercules, express the same relations which are expressed in English by the
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding: With Thoughts on ...
them, the thoughts are presently cnrrieJ beyond the thing so named ; and nobody
overlooks or doubts of a relation, where it is so plainly intimated. But where
languages have failed to give •corelative names, there the relation is not always
The Theory of Moral Sentiments; Or, An Essay Towards an ...
The genitive and dative cases, in Greek and Latin, evidently supply the place of
the prepositions; and by a variation in the noun substantive, which stands for the
corelative term, express the relation which subsists between what -is denoted by
An essay concerning human understanding; with Thoughts on ...
Relations without corelative Terms, not easily per- ^ ceived. These, and the like
relations expreffed by relative terms that have ethers answering them, with a
reciprocal intimation, as father and son, bigger and less, cause and effect, are
Haspelmath, Martin; König, Ekkehard; Oesterreicher, Wulf; ...
... drinking water'. Finally there is the so-called corelative construction, which is
strictly speaking not an adnominal modifier either. This construction is generally
characterized by the fact that it contains a distinctive element, the corelative
The Adjectival Category: Criteria for Differentiation and ...
Hook (1979:9) relates them with the sentence as a whole, contrasting the relative
clause with the remaining part of the sentence, called corelative clause. The
relative clause, according to him, may precede, follow or come in the middle of
D. N. Shankara Bhat, 1994