Tag: cognitive grammar

Trollip & Van Huyssteen 2018

Trollip, Eddie Benito, and Gerhard B. Van Huyssteen. 2018. “The linking morpheme in Afrikaans: a Cognitive Grammar description.” SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics [online] 15 (3):37-70.

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Van Huyssteen 2018a

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2018. “The ‘hulle’ and ‘goed’ constructions in Afrikaans.” In The construction of words: Advances in construction morphology, edited by Geert Booij, 399-437. New York: Springer.

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Van Huyssteen & Davel 2010

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B., and M. Davel. 2010. “Learning rules and categorization networks for language standardization.” Proceedings of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL) Workshop on Extracting and Using Constructions in Computational Linguistics:39-46.

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Van Huyssteen 2010

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2010. “(Re)defining component structures in morphological constructions: a cognitive grammar perspective.” In Cognitive Approaches to Word-Formation, edited by Alexander Onysko and Sascha Michel, 97-126. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

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Van Huyssteen 2008c

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2008. “Bluff your way through cognitive grammar (aka cognitive grammar for dummies).” Special 6 hour tutorial organised by ‘Centrum voor Nederlandse Taal en Spraak’, University of Antwerp, ANTWERP, Belgium.

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Van Huyssteen & Wissing 2007

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B., and Daan P. Wissing. 2007. “Datagebaseerde aspekte van Afrikaanse reduplikasies [Data-based aspects of Afrikaans reduplications].” Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 25 (3):419-439.

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Van Huyssteen 2005a

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2005. “‘n Kognitiewe gebruiksgebaseerde beskrywingsmodel vir die Afrikaanse grammatika [A cognitive usage-based description model for Afrikaans grammar].” Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 23 (2):125-137.

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Van Huyssteen 2005c

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2005. “On valence morphemes in Afrikaans.” 9th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Yonsei University, SEOUL, South Korea.

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Van Huyssteen 2004

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2004. “Motivating the composition of Afrikaans reduplications: a cognitive grammar analysis.” In Studies in Linguistic Motivation, edited by G. Radden and K. U. Panther, 269-292. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

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Van Huyssteen 2003b

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2003. “Applying embodied construction grammar: a description of some Afrikaans morphological constructions.” 8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of La Rioja, LOGROÑO, Spain.

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Van Huyssteen 2003c

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2003. “Cognitive Afrikaans morphology.” Cognitive Linguistics in South Africa Colloquium, University of South Africa, PRETORIA, South Africa.

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Van Huyssteen & Pilon 2003

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B., and Suléne Pilon. 2003. “The Afrikaans plural construction: an embodied construction grammar account.” Cognitive Linguistics in South Africa Colloquium, University of South Africa, PRETORIA, South Africa.

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Van Huyssteen 2002a

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2002. “Teoretiese vooronderstellings van ‘n kognitiewe gebruiksgebaseerde beskrywingsmodel vir die Afrikaanse grammatika [Theoretical Assumptions of a Cognitive Usage-based Model for Afrikaans Grammar].” Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 20 (4):303-323.

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Van Huyssteen 2000

Van Huyssteen, Gerhard B. 2000. Die reduplikasiekonstruksie in Afrikaans: aspekte van `n kognitiewe gebruiksgebaseerde beskrywingsraamwerk vir Afrikaans [The reduplication construction in Afrikaans: aspects of a cognitive usage-based model for Afrikaans]. Potchefstroom: PUCHE.

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Wissing & Van Huyssteen 1996

Wissing, Daan P., and Gerhard B. Van Huyssteen. 1996. “Foneties-fonologiese aspekte van prototipiese Afrikaanse vraagsinne: ʼn verkenning [Phonetic-phonological aspects of prototypical Afrikaans interrogatives: an exploration].” South African Journal of Linguistics Supplement 34:103-122.

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