Studien zur deutschen Grammatik

Band 61:
McIntyre, Andrew: German Double Particles as Preverbs. Morphology and Conceptual Semantics. X/335 S. - Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 2001.
ISBN: 3-86057-451-5

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[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. QA 2965

The book deals with German double particle verbs of the type (he)runterfallen, hinzufügen. The first part treats issues pertinent to particle verbs in general, including non-compositional particle verb formation mechanisms, the possibility of a morphological derivation of particle verbs, and the status of pleonastic prepositional structures like ums Haus herum. Part B is a semantic analysis of the double particle verb system in the framework of Conceptual Semantics. An exhaustive data sample from dictionaries and corpora is included, which provides an empirical basis for future research. Among other things, Part C discusses the elements her-, hin- and r-, showing that they are not purely deictic elements, and offers a detailed comparison of the semantics and argument structures of double and single particle verbs, yielding insights into the semantics of particle verbs in general.


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1.   Terminological preliminaries S. 1
2.   Objectives and plan of the study S. 3
3.   Previous literature on double particle verbs S. 5
4.   A note on informants S. 12
5.   The citation of dictionaries and corpora S. 13
Part A: The general theory of preverbs
1.   Analogy and the independent meaningfulness of preverbs S. 15
2.   Particle verbs and morphology S. 36
3.   Pleonastic constructions (ans Haus heran, aus dem Bus aussteigen) S. 63
Part B: Semantic analysis
1.   Theory and practice of the semantic analysis of particle verbs S. 69
2.   Interiority particles: hinein S. 84
3.   Interiority particles: herein S. 99
4.   Interiority particles: heraus S. 103
5.   Interiority particles: hinaus S. 134
6.   Particles meaning 'down': herab S. 143
7.   Particles meaning 'down': hinab S. 149
8.   Particles meaning 'down': herunter S. 150
9.   Particles meaning 'down': hinunter S. 166
10.   Particles meaning 'down': hernieder S. 168
11.   Other particles meaning 'down' S. 169
12.   Particles meaning 'up': hinauf S. 170
13.   Particles meaning 'up': herauf S. 173
14.   Particles meaning 'up': hinan S. 176
15.   Other particles meaning 'up' S. 177
16.   Particles meaning 'to(wards)': heran S. 178
17.   Particles meaning 'to(wards)': hinzu S. 195
18.   Particles meaning 'to(wards)': herbei S. 200
19.   Other particles: hinweg S. 203
20.   Other particles: hinüber S. 210
21.   Other particles: herüber S. 213
22.   Other particles: hindurch S. 215
23.   Other particles: herum S. 217
24.   Other particles: hervor S. 240
25.   Some conclusions from the semantics analysis S. 246
Part C: Central questions concerning double particle verbs
1.   The function and nature of hin and her S. 249
2.   The division of labour between dpv's and spv's S. 261
3.   Applications and future research tasks S. 306
1.   Summary S. 308
2.   Zusammenfassung S. 308
Sources: Corpora and dictionaries S. 313
Abbreviations, brief glossary S. 314
Bibliography S. 317
Index S. 325