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Jacob Wackernagel, Lectures on SyntaxWith Special Reference to Greek, Latin, and Germanic$
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David Langslow

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780198153023

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198153023.001.0001

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Lecture II, 11

Lecture II, 11

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(p.512) Lecture II, 11
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Jacob Wackernagel, Lectures on Syntax
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David Langslow (Contributor Webpage)

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DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198153023.003.0062

Pronouns are introduced in general terms, with reference to relevant bibliography and terminology, and with discussion of their grammatical behaviour in respect of case,number, gender, and — this last point extending into Lecture 10 — part of speech (with special reference to pronominal adjectives, especially the possessives). The distinction between deictic and anaphoric is introduced, and the use of anaphoric pronouns is discussed with reference to failures of grammatical agreement. Lecture 11 is devoted to uses of the reflexive and the many various means of expressing reciprocal pronominal relations. The demonstratives, and the four types of deixis, form the subject of Lecture 12, while Lecture 13 treats in turn the interrogatives, the indefinites, and forms of expression for ‘each’, ‘whoever, whatever’, ‘both, each of two’, and ‘one (indef.)’.

Keywords:   agreement, anaphoric, deictic, demonstrative, indefinite, interrogative, personal, possessive, pronoun, reciprocal

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