عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Noun Incorporation (NI) is argued to result from head movement in which the head of an object Noun Phrase moves into the verb creating a Complex Verb (CV) or from word formation rules applying in the lexicon. This paper, argues that NI and CV are not unrelated processes, but points on the same continuum. The paper also argues that neither Baker’s (1988) syntactic approach nor Rosen’s (1989) lexical approach which do not pay enough attention to semantic and pragmatic aspects of the process can account for NI in Persian.
The study indicates that incorporation in Persian is of various types , such as N+V , V + Compound V, N+PP+V, N+PP+ CV and PP+ V.
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