Compendium of Cognitive Linguistics Research (Languages and by Thomas Fuyin Li

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Amsterdam: Elsevier. Plungian, Vladimir. 2001. The Place of Evidentiality within the Universal Grammatical Space. Journal of Pragmatics 33:349-357. 1999. Modalverben in der Kognitiven Linguistik. ), Grammatik und mentale Prozesse, 261-294. Tübingen: Stauffenburg. Shakespeare, William. 2006. Hamlet. (Arden Shakespeare. ) London: Thomson Learning . Simon-Vandenbergen, Anne-Marie and Karin Aijmer. 2007. The Semantic Field of Modal Certainty. A Corpus-Based Study of English Adverbs. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

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In the following we will offer a systematic overview of all the realization possibilities of the manner dimension in German. Let us start with simplex verbs. 1. Simplex Motion Verbs German as a Germanic language expresses motion in a very differentiated way as it uses different motion verbs to express the way individuals are changing places or objects are being moved (see De Knop and Dirven 2008). g. 28 Sabine De Knop and Françoise Gallez Romance languages like French or Spanish, also have several motion verbs but these verbs are used very differently.

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