Sintaxis medieval iberorrománica: la estructura de construcciones con verbo regente e infinitivo en textos españoles y portugueses medievales

Authors

  • Tibor Berta Hispanisztika Tanszék, Neolatin Kultúrák Intézete, Bölcsészettudományi Kar, Szegedi Tudományegyetem, Petőfi sgt. 30–34. H–6722 Szeged

Abstract

Spanish and Portuguese, the two most representative Iberoromance languages, coincide in having preserved the phenomenon of clitic promotion since ancient times. According to certain theories, the realization or non-realization of the promotion depend on the structural characteristics of the constructions made up of a regent verb and a dependent infinitive. The detailed analysis of the phenomenon mentioned above in a medieval and a modern corpus presented in this article demonstrates that, in spite of the apparent similarities, there are considerable differences between the structure of the constructions composed of a regent verb and an infinitive in the two periods.

Published

2003-06-01

How to Cite

Berta, T. (2003). Sintaxis medieval iberorrománica: la estructura de construcciones con verbo regente e infinitivo en textos españoles y portugueses medievales. Verbum Analecta Neolatina, 5(1), 127-138. Retrieved from https://verbum.ppke.hu/index.php/verbum/article/view/163

Issue

Section

Linguistica