An Afar-English-French dictionary by E.M. Parker, R.J. Haywood PDF
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Both are structurally well-formed sentences, and both give essentially the same meaning. Jurjaani’s answer is that it depends on the speaker’s communicative intent the background to which is described above for example (2). For Jurjaani, information structure can thus be thought of as an occasion meaning/pronunciation unit, accessing a structural meaning/form unit for a specific purpose. 1. First, that Jurjaani did indeed work within such a linguistically elegant model needs to be shown in greater detail.
For instance (and non-exhaustively), new items can be brand new, as in “I bought a new dress,” or they may be contextu ally inferable, as in “I went to the post office and the stupid clerk…” The category “old” falls within her class of evoked items. g. “Susie went to visit her grandmother and the sweet lady…” Items can also be situationally evoked; notably for the present chapter, first and second person pronouns fall in this category. g. 1974), Chafe (1987:22) distinguished a tripartite given or “active,” new or “inactive,” semi-active or “accessible” triad to account for the information status of items.
Mid fifth century/mid twelfth century) 4 Baalbaki (1983) is a measured comparison of the more formally inclined Sibawaih and the semantically/pragmatically inspired Jurjaani. He shows that on many occasions constructions which Sibawaih viewed as formally distinctive but semantically equivalent, Jurjaani distinguished on semantic/pragmatic grounds. Baalbaki’s study stands in contrast to Carter’s (2007) rather anachronistic attempt to turn Sibawaih into a neo- or perhaps better, proto-Gricean pragmatist.
An Afar-English-French dictionary by E.M. Parker, R.J. Haywood