Search for dissertations about: "thesis on grammar and reading"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 6 swedish dissertations containing the words thesis on grammar and reading.

  1. 1. Differential object marking in South Saami

    Author : David Kroik; Mikael Vinka; Christian Waldmann; Kristin Melum Eide; Umeå universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; South Saami; Saami; Object Position; Saami Grammar; South Saami Grammar; Differential Object Marking; Generative Grammar; Syntax; Semantics; Morphology; Grammar; sydsamiska; samiska; sydsamisk grammatik; samisk grammatik; objektsposition; differentiell objektsmarkering; generativ grammatik; syntax; semantik; morfologi; grammatik; språkvetenskap; language studies;

    Abstract : This licentiate thesis investigates the case and the syntactic position of the direct object in South Saami. The focus is on plural direct objects, which have Differential Object Marking, a phenomenon in which the case alternates between different types of direct objects. READ MORE

  2. 2. Verbal Meaning: A Linguistic, Literary, and Theological Framework for Interpretive Categories of the Biblical Hebrew Verbal System as Elaborated in the Book of Ruth

    Author : Bo-Krister Ljungberg; Centrum för teologi och religionsvetenskap; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; perspe; grounding; text linguistics; subordination; mood; modality; tense; temporal location; aspect; ideology; level; pragmatics; semantics; syntax; communicative dimensions; Old testament exegesis; book of Ruth; verbal system; Framework; biblical Hebrew; Bible; Bibelvetenskap; Non-Christian religions; Världsreligioner ej kristendom ; Linguistics; Lingvistik;

    Abstract : The verbal system of Biblical Hebrew has intrigued the minds of exegetes, linguists, theologians, and translators for centuries. With regard to the verbal system, Biblical Hebrew is radically different from Modern Hebrew. Furthermore, it doesn't fit the traditional structure of grammar modelled on Latin. READ MORE

  3. 3. Progressive constructions in Swedish

    Author : Kristian Blensenius; Göteborgs universitet; Göteborgs universitet; Gothenburg University; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Swedish; aspect; imperfective; progressive; pseudocoordination; finiteness; semantics; pluractionality; implicative verbs;

    Abstract : This thesis aims to provide new insights into the semantic properties of some progressive constructions in Swedish and to provide better understanding of aspect in Swedish. The five included studies present analyses of previously understudied as well as more familiar progressive constructions, based on authentic language data. READ MORE

  4. 4. The Syntax of the Swedish Present Participle

    Author : Camilla Thurén; danska och isländska Avdelningen för svenskämnen; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; adjunct; participial clause; internal structure; complex predicate; Swedish; syntax; present participle;

    Abstract : Abstract The Syntax of the Swedish Present Participle offers a generative analysis of the Swedish present participle with the central goal of accounting for its distribution and function. The analysis offered rests on three hypotheses: (i) Present participles are verbs, (ii) Present participles can appear in complex predicates, and (iii) Adjunct present participial clauses may be interpreted through Control, where Control is assumed to equal an Agree relation. READ MORE

  5. 5. Jakten på den godkända texten : Läspraktiker och internetanvändning på gymnasieskolan

    Author : Ulrika Nemeth; Mona Blåsjö; Kristina Danielsson; Per Holmberg; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; Systemic Functional Grammar; New Literacy Studies; reading practices; text culture; textual norms; abstraction; authority; modality; learning resources; Internet; nonfiction texts; multimodality; utbildningsvetenskap med inriktning mot språk och språkutveckling; Education in Languages and Language Development;

    Abstract : This thesis presents a case study from an authentic school practice, where seven students, in their second year of a social sciences program in an upper sec­on­dary school, use internet texts in various learning situations. The aim of the study is to map the reading practices of students encountering internet texts. READ MORE