¿Existen las construcciones resultativas en español? Una propuesta basada en el modelo nanosintáctico.

Sánchez García, Nerea
Mendívil Giró, José Luis (dir.)

Universidad de Zaragoza, FFYL, 2016
Lingüística General e Hispánica department, Lingüística General area

Máster Universitario en Literaturas Hispánicas y Lengua Española: Tradición e Identidades

Tipo de Trabajo Académico: Trabajo Fin de Master
Notas: Do resultative constructions exist in Spanish? This work deals with Spanish resultative constructions in order to explain the category combinations available in this language to express the result component. Our main aim is to give rise to a higher visibility of the Spanish constructions, as its analysis has been traditionally biased by English resultatives studies. Ramchand’s framework, which has been adopted here, is directly related to the Nanosyntax hypotheses. By following a morphological approach, we have concluded that the consideration of Spanish constructions from the standpoint of English ones is inappropriate, because they are not the same at all (i.e. they can not be perfectly and equally translated). Indeed, we placed linguistic variation in the morphological domain of each language and, more concretely, in the categories selected for the expression of the result component. We argue that the result component is universal in natural languages, whereas languages seem to differ in how their morphology interacts with the syntactic interface, what definitely offers empirical evidence to Chomsky’s Biolinguistic Hypothesis.

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