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Afhankelijke V1-zinnen: conditioneel, contrastief, concessief: functioneel-typologische en constructionele perspectieven

Torsten Leuschner UGent (2016) NEDERLANDSE TAALKUNDE. 21(1). p.61-79
abstract
Responding to the preceding article by Beekhuizen, the present contribution comments from a functional-typological and constructional perspective on Beekhuizen’s opinion that the V1-order is not a “strong” linguistic sign in Dutch. Beekhuizen’s categorization of the different types of subordinate V1-clauses is questioned on semantic and pragmatic grounds, and the position is defended that V1-order in subordinate clauses can be regarded as signalling conditionality, provided one accepts that contrastive and concessive types of V1-clauses arose from existing V1-conditionals by ‘secondary’ processes of grammaticalization. Using supplementary observations from German (and occasionally also English), the article ends by sketching the constructional profile of subordinate V1-clauses in Dutch and suggesting that no constructional approach to V1-clauses can ultimately be complete without due consideration of declarative as well as subordinate V1-clauses.
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journalArticle (original)
publication status
published
subject
keyword
constructionalization, grammaticalization, functional typology, verb-first conditionals, Dutch
journal title
NEDERLANDSE TAALKUNDE
NT
volume
21
issue
1
article number
4
pages
61 - 79
publisher
Amsterdam University Press
place of publication
Amsterdam
ISSN
1384-5845
DOI
10.5117/NEDTAA2016.1.LEUS
language
Dutch
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A2
additional info
Reponse to an immediately preceeding article by Barend Beekhuizen, entitled "De zijnsstatus van de afhankelijke V1-constructie in het Nederlands", pp. 33-59, DOI: 10.5117/NEDTAA2016.1.BEEK
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7188768
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-7188768
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2016-04-18 18:08:56
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2017-01-02 09:57:04
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defended that V1-order in subordinate clauses can be regarded as signalling conditionality, provided one accepts that contrastive and concessive types of V1-clauses arose from existing V1-conditionals by {\textquoteleft}secondary{\textquoteright} processes of
grammaticalization. Using supplementary observations from German (and occasionally also English), the article ends by sketching the constructional profile of subordinate V1-clauses in Dutch and suggesting that no constructional
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  publisher    = {Amsterdam University Press},
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Chicago
Leuschner, Torsten. 2016. “Afhankelijke V1-zinnen: Conditioneel, Contrastief, Concessief: Functioneel-typologische En Constructionele Perspectieven.” Nederlandse Taalkunde 21 (1): 61–79.
APA
Leuschner, T. (2016). Afhankelijke V1-zinnen: conditioneel, contrastief, concessief: functioneel-typologische en constructionele perspectieven. NEDERLANDSE TAALKUNDE, 21(1), 61–79.
Vancouver
1.
Leuschner T. Afhankelijke V1-zinnen: conditioneel, contrastief, concessief: functioneel-typologische en constructionele perspectieven. NEDERLANDSE TAALKUNDE. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press; 2016;21(1):61–79.
MLA
Leuschner, Torsten. “Afhankelijke V1-zinnen: Conditioneel, Contrastief, Concessief: Functioneel-typologische En Constructionele Perspectieven.” NEDERLANDSE TAALKUNDE 21.1 (2016): 61–79. Print.