Adjective Classes: A Cross-Linguistic Typology (Explorations by R. M. W. Dixon,Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald

By R. M. W. Dixon,Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald

The reviews during this quantity recommend that each language has an adjective classification, yet those differ in personality and in dimension. In its grammatical homes, an adjective category may perhaps beas just like nouns, or to verbs, or to either, or to neither.ze. while in a few languages the adjective classification is big and will be freely extra to, in others it truly is small and closed. with only a dozen or so individuals. The e-book will curiosity students and complicated scholars of language typology and of the syntax and semantics of adjectives.

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