Depictive secondary predicates in crosslinguistic perspective

@article{SchultzeBerndt2004DepictiveSP,
  title={Depictive secondary predicates in crosslinguistic perspective},
  author={E. Schultze-Berndt and N. Himmelmann},
  journal={Linguistic Typology},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={59-131}
}
Little is known about depictive secondary predicates such as raw in She ate the fish raw in languages other than a few European ones. The goal of this paper is to broaden the database for this grammatical construction by reviewing its recurring formal properties, introducing a crosslinguistically applicable definition and delimiting it from other, semantically and/or morphosyntactically similar constructions. In particular, w ew ill show that the distinction between depictives and adverbials is… Expand
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