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Demonstratives

form, function, and grammaticalization

by Holger Diessel

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Published by J. Benjamins in Amsterdam, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Demonstratives.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [175]-192) and indexes.

    StatementHolger Diessel.
    SeriesTypological studies in language,, v. 42
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP299.D46 D54 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 203 p. ;
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL46974M
    ISBN 101556196563, 1556196571
    LC Control Number99046743


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This book presents the first large-scale analysis of demonstratives from a cross-linguistic and diachronic perspective. It is based on a representative sample of 85 languages.

The first part of the book analyzes demonstratives Cited by: Print book: English: ReprintedView all editions and formats Summary: This collection brings together an important set of previously published papers which seek to provide the correct semantic account of thoughts involving demonstratives.

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Those scissors are rather blunt. are sharp. This is a map of France and is a map of Spain. Demonstratives are used to specify the distance of something in space or time in relation to the speaker. The demonstratives are: this, that, these, those. This and these refer to objects near the speaker.

This apple looks ripe.; These apples come from Australia.; The reference may be nearness in time, especially future time.

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This book explores, analyzes, and compares the use of German and Chinese demonstratives. Discourse and textual uses of the forms are considered, as well as their locative and temporal uses. The author observes that in both languages the demonstratives can be used to.

Conversation #1. Man: Is this your book. Woman: Yes, that is my book. Man: And is this your pencil. Woman: No, that is not my pencil. Man: Whose pencil is it.

Woman: I am not sure. Conversation #2. Man: I like these jeans. Woman: I like those too. Man: Do you like this shirt. Woman: No, but I like that shirt. Man: The blue one. Woman: No, the green one.

Man: Hmm. Demonstratives and Grammaticalization offers an in-depth analysis of the demonstrative system in Turkish. This book provides the first comprehensive analysis dealing with both the synchronic variations in Turkish demonstratives and their grammatical changes.

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= This copy machine is the only copy machine. That is the color printer. = That printer is the color printer. These are the reports for the meeting. = These reports are the reports for the Size: KB. DETERMINERS - Demonstratives (this, that, these, those) Grade 1 Worksheets 67 Pages.

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Learn Spanish grammar with our free helpful lessons and fun exercises at Get started on your way to speaking Spanish conversationally. Clase del curso de ingles tu aprendes ahora demonstratives this (este), these (estos), that (aquel), those (aquellos).

This is my finger (este es mi dedo). These are my fingers (estos son mis dedos). Imagine you had two pasteles (cakes) in front of you, and someone asked you which one you you were feeling particularly succinct, you could simply respond with este (this one) or ese (that one). Este and ese are both demonstrative pronouns.

While they look very similar to demonstrative adjectives, demonstrative pronouns replace, rather than describe, a noun.

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Demonstratives worksheet: this activity is to practise the use of this, that, these and those. Moreover, students will practise the use of singular and plural nouns and will make questions a Pronoun Worksheets English Grammar Worksheets Grammar Book Preschool Worksheets Classroom Activities Primary English English Class Learn English.

Demonstrative Determiners refer to a person, place, article, thing and determine their physical or psychological distance from the speaker. Examples of Demonstratives are- here, this, these, there, those, that. Go through the following sentences.

In this extremely clear and closely argued book, Jeffrey C. King claims that the majority view is mistaken: Complex demonstratives (and probably free standing ones) are quantifiers.

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Anscombe. The use of plural demonstrative pronouns is outlined with an extensive exercise to reinforce this point of grammar. The demonstrative adjectives or determiners of Spanish — este, ese, and aquel along with their plural and feminine forms — are used in much the same was as "this," "that," "these," and "those" are used as adjectives or determiners in English.

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