Vom ›kriegen‹ und ›bekommen‹

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August 2013
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978-3-11-028264-1

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Vom ›kriegen‹ und ›bekommen‹

Kognitiv-semantische, variationslinguistische und sprachgeschichtliche Perspektiven

[On “kriegen” and “bekommen”]

Series:Linguistik – Impulse & Tendenzen 53

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    Aims and Scope

    This study posits and pursues a new theoretical and methodological approach – “cognitive regional language research” – based on a paradigm that systematically links panchronic studies (particularly in the subfields of variation linguistics and historical linguistics) to cognitive linguistics. The specific subject of research is syntactic and semantic variation in the use of the verbs “kriegen” (to get) and “bekommen” (to obtain).

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    23 x 15.5 cm
    xviii, 505 pages
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    Language:
    German
    Type of Publication:
    Monograph
    Keyword(s):
    Linguistic Varieties; Verbs
    Readership:
    Linguists, Academic Institutions, Libraries

    Alexandra N. Lenz, University of Vienna, Austria.

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