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Open Access Grammatical formatives in a generative lexical theory: The case of Modern Greek και

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Grammatical formatives in a generative lexical theory: The case of Modern Greek και

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Work within the framework of the Generative Lexicon (GL) has, to this point, concentrated on the lexical categories: nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Serious research on the non-lexical (minor) categories has not yet been undertaken. In this paper, I examine the polysemous behavior of Modern Greek και (ke “and”) and examine the ways in which GL theory can be used to account for its behavior, as well as the limitations of GL theory in treating και. Since this paper raises as many questions as it answers with regard to some of the more striking uses of και, it should be considered a report on work in progress.

10.1075/jgl.6.06ing
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