Studies in English Language History in Honour of Leiv Egil Breivik
Edited By Kari Haugland, Kevin McCafferty and Kristian A. Rusten
The essays are all empirical studies, based on a wide range of corpora (both historical and contemporary) and applying theoretical approaches informed by Systemic-Functional Grammar, grammaticalization theory, dependency grammar, historical linguistics, sociolinguistics and corpus linguistic methods. Issues of methodology, statistics and corpus construction and annotation are also addressed in several contributions.
Kristin Killie: The development of colour adverbs in Norwegian and English: Similar paths, different paths
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The development of colour adverbs in Norwegian and English: Similar paths, different paths1
1 Introduction: Aims and organization
The present study focuses on adjectival and adverbial colour elements which function as heads of clause elements and co-occur with non-linking main verbs. Some examples are given in (1)–(4).2
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