Complex Predicates - Stanford University
Complex predicates can be defined as predicates which are composed of more than one grammatical element (either morphemes or words), each of which contributes a non-trivial part of the information of the complex predicate.
(PDF) Complex Predicates - ResearchGate
This paper provides an overview of analyses of phenomena that are usually refered to under the name complex predicate . Complex predicates usually are defined as predicates which are multi-headed
The Logic of Complex Predicates - Stanford University
The Logic of Complex Predicates. Examples For convenience, we reproduce the item Logic/Logic of Complex Predicates from Principia Metaphysica: . In this tutorial, we give examples of the axioms and then draw out some consequences.
Complex Predicates edited by Mengistu Amberber
Complex predicates are multipredicational, but monoclausal structures. They have proven problematic for linguistic theory, particularly for proposed distinctions between the lexicon, morphology, and syntax.
Complex Predicates in Japanese: A Syntactic and Semantic
In this thoroughly revised version of 1992 Stanford dissertation, the author presents an extensive discussion of Japanese complex predicates. A broad range of constructions and predicates are discussed, which include predicative complement constructions, light verbs, causative predicates, desiderative predicates, syntactic and lexical compound verbs, and complex motion predicates.
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