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Chapter 18 Lexical Functions: Description of Lexical Relations in a ...

Chapter 18 Lexical Functions: Description of Lexical Relations in a ...

Chapter 18 Lexical Functions: Description of Lexical Relations in a

Chapter 18 Lexical Functions: Description of Lexical Relations in a Lexicon.......................................................... 2 1 Lexical Correlates of a Lexical Unit ................................................................................................................... 2 1.1 Introductory Remarks ................................................................................................................................ 2 1.2 Semantic Derivations ................................................................................................................................. 4 1.3 Collocations................................................................................................................................................ 9 1.4. Overlap of Semantic Derivations and Collocations..............................................................................10 2. The Notion of Lexical Function .......................................................................................................................12 2.1. Introductory Remarks .............................................................................................................................12 2.2. Definition of Lexical Function...............................................................................................................15 2.3 Definition of Standard Lexical Function ................................................................................................19 2.4 Examples of Non-Standard Lexical Functions.......................................................................................20 2.5 Classification of Lexical Functions.........................................................................................................22 3 The List of Simple Standard Lexical Functions...............................................................................................26 3.1 Introductory Remarks ..............................................................................................................................26 3.2. Paradigmatic Lexical Functions (1-26)..................................................................................................27 3.3. Syntagmatic Lexical Functions (27-64).................................................................................................43 3.3.1. Nominal Lexical Functions(27)......................................................................................................43 3.3.2. Adjectival/Adverbial Lexical Functions (28-34) ..........................................................................44 3.3.3. Prepositional Lexical Functions (35-40)........................................................................................48 3.3.4. Verbal Lexical Functions (41-64) ..................................................................................................50 4. Special Phenomena Related to Lexical Functions ..........................................................................................66 4.1. Complex Lexical Functions....................................................................................................................66 4.2. Configurations of Lexical Functions .....................................................................................................67 4.3 Fused Elements of Values of Lexical Functions....................................................................................68 5. Presentation of the Values of Lexical Functions in the Lexical Entries of the Keywords ...........................68 5.1. Elements of the Value f(L) as Subentries within L’s Entry .................................................................69 5.2. Generalizing over the Values of Lexical Functions..............................................................................73 5.3. Ellipsis of the keyword of an LF............................................................................................................77 6 Linguistic Nature of Lexical Functions ............................................................................................................77 6.1 Semantic Aspect of Lexical Functions ...................................................................................................77 6.1.1 Lexical Functions Are Not Semantic Units ....................................................................................78 6.1.2 Semantic Subtypes of Lexical Functions........................................................................................80 6.1.3 Different Semantic ‘Facets’ of a Keyword.....................................................................................82 6.1.4 Lexical Functions and Their Relation to the Definitions of their Keywords ...............................83 6.1.5 LFs as Deep Lexical Units...............................................................................................................85 6.2. Phraseological Aspect of Lexical Functions .........................................................................................86 6.2.1. Graduality of Restrictedness of LF Expressions ...........................................................................86 6.2.2. LF Expressions and Collocations...................................................................................................87 6.3 Lexical Functions in Linguistic Representations ...................................................................................88 6.4 Universality of LFs ..................................................................................................................................89 7 New Simple Standard LFs .................................................................................................................................93 8 Lexical Functions in Computer Applications...................................................................................................95 8.1. LFs and Lexical Choices ........................................................................................................................96 8.2. LFs and Communicative Structure ........................................................................................................98 8.3. LFs and Text Cohesion ...........................................................................................................................99 Bibliographic Remarks........................................................................................................................................100 Notes.....................................................................................................................................................................100

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