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Semantics of prepositions

Kenny Coventry

Semantics of prepositions

a literature survey and proposed framework for future treatment

by Kenny Coventry

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Published by University of Edinburgh, Centre for Cognitive Science in Edinburgh .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementKenny Coventry and Andreas Ludwig.
SeriesEdinburgh research papers in cognitive science -- 45
ContributionsLudwig, Andreas., University of Edinburgh. Centre for Cognitive Science.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13940926M

Semantic interpretations of postpositions and prepositions: a multilingual inventory for Basque, English and Spanish Mikel Lersundi and Eneko Agirre University of the Basque Country pk. - Donostia – Basque Country {jibleaym, eneko}@ Abstract This article describes a common inventory of interpretations for postpositions. The semantics of prepositions: from mental processing to natural language processing. [Cornelia Zelinsky-Wibbelt;] -- The majority of the papers in this volume were presented at a workshop on the semantics of prepositions held at the Institut für Angewandte Informationsforschung in February

Introduction to the Syntax and Semantics of Prepositions 1 Patrick Saint-Dizier 1. The class of prepositions 1 2. About the syntax of prepositions 2 3. Polysemy and sense restrictions 10 4. Representing the semantics of prepositions 12 5. Prepositions and multilinguism 20 6. Overview of the book structure 20 References 23 2.   Research on the semantics of spatial markers in French is known mainly through Vandeloise’s (, ) work on static prepositions. However, interest in the expression of space in French goes back to the mids and focused first on verbs denoting changes in space, whose syntactic properties were related to specific semantic distinctions, such as the opposition between .

  This completely revised and expanded edition of English Prepositions Explained (EPE), originally published in , covers approximately simple, compound, and phrasal English prepositions of space and time – with the focus being on short prepositions such as at, by, in, and target readership includes teachers of ESOL, pre-service translators and interpreters, Pages: The Semantics of Prepositions: From Mental Processing to Natural Language Processing: Zelinsky-Wibbelt, Cornelia: Books - at: Paperback.


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The Semantics of English Prepositions: Spatial Scenes, Embodied Meaning, and Cognition by Andrea Tyler. Using a cognitive linguistics perspective, this book provides a comprehensive, theoretical analysis of the semantics of English prepositions.

All English prepositions originally coded spatial relations between two physical entities; while retaining their original meaning, prepositions have also.

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