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event

Fr    événement

nS

Related term(s): action, activity, dynamic1, eventive, process3, state2

Source(s):

Beaugrande & Dressler 1981: 95
BEAUGRANDE, Robert de & DRESSLER, Wolfgang. (1981) Introduction to Text Linguistics. London: Longman. (PR)


Beekman & Callow 1974: 68
BEEKMAN, John & CALLOW, John. (1974) Translating the Word of God. Grand Rapids: Zondervan. 


Clark & Clark 1977: 169
CLARK, Herbert H. & Eve V. (1977) Psychology and Language: An Introduction to Psycholinguistics. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich. (PL)


Comrie 1981: 122 (moment of event)
COMRIE, Bernard. (1981) Language Universals and Linguistic Typology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (TY)


DIK 1978: 32
DIK, Simon C. (1978) Functional Grammar. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co. (FG)


DIK I 1997: 107
DIK, Simon C. (1997) The Theory of Functional Grammar, Part 1, 2nd edition: The Structure of the Clause. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (FG)


ELL: 5119
The Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. (1994) Oxford: Pergamon Press.


Givon 1984: 52
GIVON, Talmy. (1984) Syntax: A Functional-Typological Introduction, Vols. I & II. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (SY)


Greimas 1983[trans.]: 103 (event-definition)
GREIMAS, A.J. (1983 [trans.]) Structural Semantics: An Attempt at a Method. Trans. by Daniele McDowell, Ronald Schleifer & Alan Velie.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.  (SN)


Grimes 1975: 35f. (vs. non-event)
GRIMES, Joseph E. (1975) The Thread of Discourse. The Hague: Mouton. (DA)


Gumperz & Hymes 1972: 423 (social event)
GUMPERZ, John J. and HYMES, Dell (eds.). (1972) Directions in Sociolinguistics: The Ethnography of Communication. New York: Holt, Reinhart & Winston. (EC)


Halliday 1994: 207
HALLIDAY, M.A.K. (1994) An Introduction to Functional Grammar (Second Edition). London: Edward Arnold.  (FG)


Kroeger 2005: 152-153
KROEGER, Paul R. (2005) Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Longacre 1983: 15 (also "non-event", "event line"), 95
LONGACRE, Robert E. (1983) The Grammar of Discourse. New York: Plenum Press. (DA)


Lyons 1971: 348
LYONS, John. (1971) Introduction to Theoretical Linguistics. Cambridge: University Press. 


Lyons 1977: 483
LYONS, John. (1977) Semantics. Vols. 1 & 2. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. (SM)


Nash 1968: 72
NASH, Rose. (1968) Multilingual Lexicon of Linguistics and Philology: English, Russian, German, French. Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Press. 


Pike & Pike 1982: 238-239, 340-341
PIKE, Kenneth L. & PIKE, Evelyn G. (1982) Grammatical Analysis. Dallas: SIL & UTA. (TA)


Quirk etal. 1985: 186 (event past), 199 (event progressive)
QUIRK, Randolph, GREENBAUM, Sidney, LEECH, Geoffrey, & SVARTNIK, Jan. (1985) A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. London: Longman.


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