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by James R. Hurford

The Linguistic Theory of Numerals (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) epub ebook

Author: James R. Hurford
Category: Words Language & Grammar
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (September 18, 1975)
Pages: 304 pages
ISBN: 0521207355
ISBN13: 978-0521207355
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Hurford, James R. 1979. Numerals and the homogeneity of description and explanation. J. Linguistics 14 (1978) 123–127 Printed in Great Britain.

Hurford, James R. Lingua, Vol. 48, Issue.

It draws on two quite different scholarly traditions. The first is carried on by anthropologists and others compiling and cataloguing data on the different counting-systems of the world.

Start by marking The Linguistic Theory Of Numerals as Want to Read . The book is primarily intended for linguists, but there is an introduction to the relevant principles of generative grammar in the first chapter.

Start by marking The Linguistic Theory Of Numerals as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It draws on two quite different scholarly traditions.

Читать бесплатно книгу The linguistic theory of numerals (Hurford J. и другие произведения в разделе Каталог. Cambridge studies in linguistics, gen. e. W. Sidney Allen

Читать бесплатно книгу The linguistic theory of numerals (Hurford J. Доступны электронные, печатные и аудиокниги, музыкальные произведения, фильмы. На сайте вы можете найти издание, заказать доставку или забронировать. Возможна доставка в удобную библиотеку. Hurford, James R. The linguistic theory of numerals, James R. Hurford. New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010. XI, 293 p. : ill. - (Cambridge studies in linguistics, gen. Sidney Allen ; 16). - Bibliogr. Dr Hurford is able to extend and modify the detailed theory of generative grammar by testing it against this material and discovering the rules, conventions and constraints which apply.

Books: Linguistic Theories/Typology: Hurford. 1. Daniel Davies, The Linguistic Theory of Numerals: Hurford. asp?isbn 9780521133685. Author: James R. Hurford Hardback: ISBN: 9780521207355 Pages: 308 Price: .

In linguistics, a numeral (or number word) in the broadest sense is a word or phrase that describes a numerical quantity

In linguistics, a numeral (or number word) in the broadest sense is a word or phrase that describes a numerical quantity. Some theories of grammar use the word "numeral" to refer to cardinal numbers that act as a determiner to specify the quantity of a noun, for example the "two" in "two hats". Some theories of grammar do not include determiners as a part of speech and consider "two" in this example to be an adjective

Hurford, James Raymond was born on July 16, 1941 in Reading, Berkshire, England. Bachelor, Cambridge (England) University, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, London University, 1967.

Hurford, James Raymond was born on July 16, 1941 in Reading, Berkshire, England. Son of James Hulin Hurford and Muriel Kathleen Crocker. Associate University of California at Los Angeles, 1963-1964. Assistant professor University California, Davis, 1968-1971. Senior lecturer University Lancaster, England, 1972-1979. Professor University Edinburgh, Scotland, since 1979.

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oceedings{Hurford1975TheLT, title {The Linguistic Theory of Numerals}, author {James R. Preface 1. Introduction 2. The syntax and semantics of English numerals 3. Mixtec Numerals 4. French numerals 5. Danish numerals 6. Biblical Welsh numerals 7. Hawaiian numerals 8. Yoruba numerals 9. Some further problems 10. Summary: a basis for typology 11. Some other numeral grammars Bibliography Index.

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Originally published in 1975, this was the first detailed linguistic study of natural language numeral systems. It draws on two quite different scholarly traditions. The first is carried on by anthropologists and others compiling and cataloguing data on the different counting-systems of the world. The second explores generative grammar, which analyses the universal features and the formal organisation of these numeral systems. Dr Hurford is able to extend and modify the detailed theory of generative grammar by testing it against this material and discovering the rules, conventions and constraints which apply. He includes separate chapters on the numeral systems of English, French, Mixtec, Hawaiian, Danish, Welsh and Yoruba; the book is therefore also a contribution to the grammars of these languages. The book is primarily intended for linguists, but there is an introduction to the relevant principles of generative grammar in the first chapter, to help make the work accessible also to anthropologists and mathematicians.
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