Compendium of Cognitive Linguistics Research by Thomas Fuyin Li

Compendium of Cognitive Linguistics Research by Thomas Fuyin Li

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G. g. ’ This corresponds to the lexicalization patterns in Romance (as verb-framed) vs. Germanic (as satellite-framed) languages described by Talmy. What is unusual with these examples and therefore problematic for French learners for instance is that the expression of motion is only present at the level of the satellite and not at the level of the simplex verb; the German verb is a non-motion verb that expresses a manner. ’ 4 The expression of the path of motion is also sustained by the German morphosyntactic case-marking as it is the accusative which is being used for the expression of a motion along a path towards a goal (for more details see De Knop 2010).

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