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Towards an account of differential object marking in romanian

Publication: Bucharest Working Papers in Linguistics, XII (1)
Publisher:Universitatea din București
Abstract:This paper proposes an analysis of Differential Object Marking in present-day Romanian along the lines of the DRT framework put forth by Kamp and Reyle (1993) and developed by Farkas and de Swart (2001), Farkas (2002), and Farkas and Heusinger (2003). We provide an answer to the question as to what exactly (i.e. what semantic parameter) is responsible for Differential Object Marking in Romanian. A relevant answer seems to be the notion of “determined reference” which points to the stability of value given to a variable across verifying assignment functions – the narrower the allowed variation, the more stable the expression is. It seems, however, that other factors such as “animacy” or “the intention of the speaker” also need to be taken into account.
Key words:differential object marking, determined reference, stability of reference, animacy

Citations to this publication: 3

7Gabriela Pană Dindelegan (ed.)Sintaxa limbii române vechiUnivers Enciclopedic Gold2019
85Gabriela Pană Dindelegan (ed.)The Syntax of Old RomanianOxford University Press2016
1Mihaela Adriana Marchis“Move vs. Agree”: the case of Clitic DoublingBWPL, XIV (1)2012pdf

References in this publication: 1

12Martine Coene, Larisa AvramNull objects and accusative clitics in RomanianBWPL, XI (1)2009pdf

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