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Le gerundium et le participe présent en latin classique : perspectives typologiques

(2018) DE LINGUA LATINA. 15. p.1-42
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This paper shows that the traditional view of the Latin gerund as a verbal noun and of the present participle as a verbal adjective does not apply to all instances of the gerund and of the present participle attested in Latin (they apply in less than 60% and 45% respectively). Adopting a typological perspective based on the syntactic functions of the gerund and of the present participle, we analyze the gerund as a non-finite verb form displaying verbal, nominal and adverbial properties and the present participle as displaying verbal, adjectival and adverbial properties. The analysis proposed here offers new perspectives for the analysis of nonfinite verbal forms both in synchrony and in diachrony.
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gerund, present participle, typology, morphosyntactic categorization, Classical Latin

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Vangaever, Jasper. “Le Gerundium et Le Participe Présent En Latin Classique : Perspectives Typologiques.” DE LINGUA LATINA, vol. 15, 2018, pp. 1–42.
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Vangaever, J. (2018). Le gerundium et le participe présent en latin classique : perspectives typologiques. DE LINGUA LATINA, 15, 1–42.
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Vangaever, Jasper. 2018. “Le Gerundium et Le Participe Présent En Latin Classique : Perspectives Typologiques.” DE LINGUA LATINA 15: 1–42.
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Vangaever, Jasper. 2018. “Le Gerundium et Le Participe Présent En Latin Classique : Perspectives Typologiques.” DE LINGUA LATINA 15: 1–42.
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Vangaever J. Le gerundium et le participe présent en latin classique : perspectives typologiques. DE LINGUA LATINA. 2018;15:1–42.
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J. Vangaever, “Le gerundium et le participe présent en latin classique : perspectives typologiques,” DE LINGUA LATINA, vol. 15, pp. 1–42, 2018.
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of the present participle, we analyze the gerund as a non-finite verb form displaying verbal, nominal and adverbial properties and the present participle as displaying verbal, adjectival and adverbial properties. The analysis proposed here offers new perspectives for the analysis of nonfinite verbal forms both in synchrony and in diachrony.}},
  author       = {{Vangaever, Jasper}},
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  journal      = {{DE LINGUA LATINA}},
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  title        = {{Le gerundium et le participe présent en latin classique : perspectives typologiques}},
  volume       = {{15}},
  year         = {{2018}},
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