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Notă sintactică despre construcţiile pseudo-relative în limba română

Publication: Înspre şi dinspre Cluj : contribuţii lingvistice : omagiu profesorului G. G. Neamţu la 70 de ani, p. 332-337
Editors:Ionuț Pomian, Nicolae Mocanu
Abstract:[Syntactic note regarding the pseudo-relative constructions in Romanian]
In Romanian, verbs of perception can take two arguments, a NP subject and a direct object realized as either a definite nominal or as a clausal argument (introduced by the complementizers , , or introduced by a relative word – cum) (GR 2013: 88; 226-7). The paper approaches the syntactic status of the clausal argument of certain verbs of perception, introduced by cum. The paper attempts to demonstrate that in Romanian, unlike other Romance languages, the construction that parallels the gerund in the context of a verb of perception is neither a perfect equivalent of the gerund, nor a (pseudo-)relative clause, but a small clause introduced by the complementizer cum (which is homonymous with the wh-word cum).
Key words:
  • construcţii pseudo-relative, limba română, verbe ale percepţiei, gerunziul, complementizatorul cum
  • pseudo-relative constructions, Romanian language, verbs of perception, the gerund, the complementizer cum
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 0

References in this publication: 5

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