Functional Relationship between Depredicate Nouns, Their Arguments and Their Prepositions
This paper explores a functional relationship between prepositions before and behind depredicate NPs. First, it addresses depredicate NPs in their relationship to the corresponding finite clauses, showing the occurrence of arguments not only in genitive forms and of phrases but also in other prepositional phrases as notional case markers. It also shows that there is a close relation between the word order of a SVO sentence and that of a depredicate NP and that there is a considerable consistency between both of them in a variation of a word order with regard to the discourse-familiarity of Prince (1981). Furthermore, in a combination of a preposition and its nominalized object, the former is influenced by the latter and behaves like a conjunction.
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