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Re-thinking Compositionality in Persian Complex Predicates

Abstract : Persian Complex Predicates (CPs) have been a focus of interest during the last two decades. Their formation (i.e. morphological/lexical vs. phrasal/syntactic) and their interpretation (compositional vs. idiomatic) have been thoroughly investigated and various analyses have been proposed to account for their seemingly contradictory properties. In this paper, we revisit the issue of the compositionality of Persian CPs, focusing on Noun-Verb combinations, and provide a Construction-based approach which allows to overcome the apparent contradiction between their idiomatic and compositional properties, and offers a new insight into their productivity.
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Pollet Samvelian, Pegah Faghiri. Re-thinking Compositionality in Persian Complex Predicates. Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS), Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS), Feb 2013, Berkeley, United States. pp.212 - 226, ⟨10.3765/bls.v39i1.3882⟩. ⟨halshs-01439564⟩



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