Czech in Formal Grammar

Czech in Formal Grammar

Dočekal, Mojmír; Ziková, Markéta (Ed.)

Czech in Formal Grammar (Sborník)

2009, ISBN: 978-3-89586-282-3.

Obsah sborníku:

Zuzanna Bedřichová: Problems and Possibilities of the Annotation of the Interpropositional Discourse Relations in PDT 2.0

Petr Biskup: The Syntactic Structure of PPs

Radek Čech: Testing of the Transitivity Hypothesis: Double Object Verbs and Aspect in Czech

Mojmír Dočekal, Ivona Kučerová: Bound Ability Readings of Imperfective Verbs: A Case for Presupposition

Linda Doleží, Filip Smolík: Direct and Indirect Analysis of Phrasal Comparatives: The Case of Children’s Czech

Joseph Emonds: Czech Gender Realignment: Eliminating Declension Classes and Neuter Gender

Dana Hlaváčková, Klára Osolsobě, Karel Pala, Pavel Šmerk: Relations between Formal and Derivational Morphology in Czech

Andrea Hudousková: Clitic se – Benefit of Being Late

Tomáš Jelínek, Vladimír Petkevič: Automatic Identification of Prepositional and Non-prepositional Cases in Czech

Pavel Kosek: Word Order of the Pronominal Clitics in Non-finite Phrases in the Czech Baroque Language

Jiří Materna: Czech Verbs in FrameNet Semantics

Vladimír Petkevič: Automatic Identification of the 1st and 2nd Person Preterite Active in Contemporary Czech

Tobias Scheer: Representational and Procedural Sandhi Killers: Diagnostics, Distribution, Behaviour

Roman Sukač: Paradigmatic Bridge – Accentual and Quantitative Paradigms of Czech and Slovak Feminine a-stems

Ondřej Šefčík: Preliminary Description of the Czech Phonemic System Using Feature Geometry

Ludmila Veselovská, Petr Karlík: Infinitive Puzzle

Roland Wagner: Situation Control under Reflexivization: A Comparative Study of Certain Verbs in Czech and German

Markéta Ziková: Vowel-zero Alternations in Czech Double Diminutives: From the Havlík Pattern to the Lower Pattern