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Françoise Kerleroux and Jean-Marie Marandin
...of Syntactic Constructions,” Berkeley Linguistic Society , 20 ( 1994 ): 611–25. A. A single topological organization and two pragmatic values French has two constructions that are designated by the conventional names of “left dislocation” ( dislocation gauche ) and “topicalization.” Several properties distinguish them from each other; the most obvious is the fact that the prephrastic constituent is repeated by a pronoun in the case of dislocation, and that there is no repetition in topicalization: (20) (Dislocation) (a) Marie, (je pense que) je l’ai vue...
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Marc Baratin, Barbara Cassin, Irène Rosier-Catach, Frédérique Ildefonse, Jean Lallot, and Jacqueline Léon
...to the “vocabulary” of a language, and the singular, onoma , to a “word” (proper noun, common noun, adjective, or verb). As for the other kinds of “words” (articles, pronouns, conjunctions, prepositions, particles, etc.), we can see that for Aristotle, in any case ( Poetics , 20), all of this “small matter” of the language is classified, like syllables, as phônai asêmoi [ φωναὶ ἄσημοι ], “vocal sounds that have no meaning” and in this respect is quite distinct from onoma , the first vocal sound to be recognized as “signifying” ( sêmantikê [ σημαντιϰή...