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Verbs of speaking and verbs of thinking

Faure, Richard (févr. 2009)

In this paper, I address the differences between verbs of speaking (VOS) and verbs of thinking (VOT) with respect to complementation. I argue that even if in a language these two types of verbs share the same construction, that does not allow us to say that they fall into the same class. A cross ...

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Can free relatives be concealed questions in Classical Greek ?

Faure, Richard (29 oct. 2009)

Revised text of a talk given at the 9th International Conference on Greek Linguistics 29 October 2009 - 31 October 2009 Chicago, Illinois In this paper I address the issue as to why there are at first glance three items that can introduce an embedded question in Classical Greek: hós (relative), ...

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Argument Clauses

Faure, Richard (2014)

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Determiners

Faure, Richard (2014)

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Les Subordonnées interrogatives dans la prose grecque classique

Faure, Richard (4 déc. 2010)

This thesis investigates embedded constituent interrogatives at the syntax/semantic interface.Three areas are analysed: interrogative terms; embedding predicates; moods and tenses. Theinterrogative terms belong to three paradigms: ὅς (relative), τίς (direct interrogative) and ὅστις ( ...

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The Interaction between Presupposition and Focus: Classical Greek Wh-Exclamatives

Faure, Richard (2012)

International audience In this paper, we argue against the claim that exclamatives could be reducible to interrogatives in Classical Greek as sometimes argued for English. Exclamatives are original in that they denote presupposed propositions, are headed by specific (wh-morpheme h-) and focused wh- ...

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