RÔLES DE BY ET DE UNTIL DANS LA MISE EN SCÈNE VERBALE.

Abstract : If we analyse the role of by and until in the dynamic construction of meaning, it appears that they both convoke a process that can be represented as a closed interval and evoke either the qualification of the process by indirection (by) or the irreversible invalidation of the process (until). Thus, by takes part indirectly in the building of verbal scenes, whereas until builds a new scene by closing a previous one.
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Gilles Col. RÔLES DE BY ET DE UNTIL DANS LA MISE EN SCÈNE VERBALE.. Michel Paillard. Préfixation, préposition, postposition. Etude de cas., PUR, pp.145-161, 2008, Rivages Linguistiques. ⟨halshs-00602541⟩

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