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Abstract The present article discusses the semantic and discourse-pragmatic properties of different competing types of indefinite noun phrases in Old High German, the earliest attested period of German. In particular, it investigates the behavior of indefinites marked by sum , ein and various...
Abstract This study is concerned with the distribution of the definite article in German with plural nominals that have a generic reading . In Standard German, genericity is typically expressed by bare nouns ( Tiger sind gefährlich ‘Tigers are dangerous’). Many researchers have claimed that...
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