It is only later that we understand break simultaneously to participate in the phrasal
verb, break into.
Furthermore, there are several other word order problems in the second sentence, such as those involving phrasal
nouns and relative clauses, as well as tense, plurality, and above all, the switch from S-O-V structure to S-V-O, etc.
Tariq Saeed, Chairman, Pakistan Chemists and Druggists Association said that appointed of Bakhtawari as President of ICCI is not only beneficial for twin cities of Islamabad-Rawalpindi but it is also very wise decision for whole chemist and phrasal
For instance, our previous analyses of pause group durations in conversational (spontaneous) Finnish speech, allowing for five possible levels, have indicated strong mora and phrasal
stress rhythm with possible weaker foot rhythm (O'Dell, Lennes, Werner, Nieminen 2007; O'Dell, Lennes, Nieminen 2008).
However, in English, verbs made up of more than one word, called phrasal
verbs, can be 'interrupted': for example, to cut the phrases up.
6) becomes "wherever Habrocomes put in an appearance"; here the phrasal
verb places an emphasis on the protagonist's attitude, which is not suggested by the Greek text and which Anderson does not include in his "wherever Habro-comes appeared".
A lexical bundle is a recurrent string of words in a text, regardless of its semantic or phrasal
Formulaic sequences are organized sequentially in real-time production, and they appear in the forms of collocations, clauses, and long phrasal
stretches and even holophrases.
The latter can be divided into three subgroups: verbs taking a direct object; verbs taking a prepositional object and phrasal
verbs taking a direct object (see Table 3; numbers in parenthesis indicate the number of co-occurrences).
The verb by contrast is more conservative, notwithstanding the existence of numerous phrasal
verbs with [square root of (term)]?
The fine line between phrasal
allusion and plagiarism.
This can be achieved in various ways: by multi-attachment of a single lexical item to multiple terminals (Ramchand 2008), by "spanning" where one lexical item lexicalizes a whole stretch of syntactic structure (Svenonius 2009; Taraldsen 2009), or by phrasal
spell-out which lets lexical items spell out nonterminal nodes (Starke 2007; Neeleman and Szendroi 2007; Caha 2008, 2009).