LIN 315 – Hauptseminar: Aspekt
Prof. Miriam Butt and Prof. Maribel Romero
Schedule and room: Thursday 10-12h, G308
Start date: 30.04.2009
Language: German and English
|30.04.2009||Introducing and motivating the event argument of the verb. Landman 2000, ch 1.
Homework to be handed in at the beginning of next lecture: question 3 on page 3 of lectures notes.
|07.05.2009||Events and Two Types of Aspect. Smith 1991, ch 4.
Homework to be handed in at the beginning of next lecture:
(i) Handout on Landman: Show why the analysis sketched in (40) for perception reports makes the wrong prediction for (42). That is, give the formulas corresponding to (42) and explain why the inference is predicted to be valid.
(ii) Handout on Smith: question 1.
|14.05.2009||Imperfective and Progressive. Deo 2006, (ch 2 and) ch. 3.|
|28.05.2009||Diachronic Perspectives on Aspect (I). Bybee et al. 1994, Ch. 5.
If you would like to redo exercise 1 of homework 2 and get a new grade for it, click here.
|04.06.2009||Diachronic Perspectives on Aspect (II). Deo 2006, Ch. 4 and 5.
|18.06.2009||Deo's (2006) analysis of the Imperfective and the Progressive. Deo 2006, recap ch. 3, ch. 5.
|25.06.2009||Aspectual Composition I: Mass / Count. Krifka 1989.
|02.07.2009||Aspectual Composition II: Case. Kiparsky 1998.
On homework 5. Here you have the solution to question 1 and the reformulation of question 2, for you to repeat for a better grade.
|09.07.2009||Computational perspective I.
Aspect and discourse.
|23.07.2009||Computational perspective II.
Zuletzt gešndert am 16.04.2009.