Den engelske verbalfrases omfang og struktur

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Den engelske verbalfrases omfang og struktur. / Vikner, Sten.

In: Ny Forskning i Grammatik, Vol. 22, 2015, p. 271-289.

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Vikner, Sten. / Den engelske verbalfrases omfang og struktur. In: Ny Forskning i Grammatik. 2015 ; Vol. 22. pp. 271-289.

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abstract = "Hjulmand & Schwarz (2009:32, 2012:33) (and many others) assume that {"}has concluded{"} constitutes a verb phrase (VP) in the example {"}The British car industry has concluded a deal with the Japanese government{"}. I want to defend a different analysis, namely that {"}concluded{"} constitutes a VP together with the object, i.e. {"}The British car industry has concluded a deal with the Japanese government{"}. In such an analysis, VPs are not limited to consist of only verbs, just like NPs may contain more than nouns and PPs more than prepositions. Another advantage of is a better account of examples like {"}Saved many a life at sea, they have{"}. The VP-internal structural difference between arguments (e.g. objects) and adjuncts (e.g. adverbials) will also be discussed, as well as discontinuous VPs. Finally, the appendix will discuss the analysis of Danish.",
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