Italian has many verbs that can introduce an infinitive clause by means of more than one different conjunction. Ex: PENSARE DI vs PENSARE A. This syntactic variation can correspond to semantic variation, or not, i.e., the meaning of the main verb can vary according to the different conjunctions, or not. A list of verbs is examined, and the relevant correlations between syntactic and semantic variation are pointed out.

LOMBARDI VALLAURI, E. (2006). Variazione semantica e sintattica nella reggenza infinitiva con di e a nei verbi italiani. In To appear.

Variazione semantica e sintattica nella reggenza infinitiva con di e a nei verbi italiani

LOMBARDI VALLAURI, Edoardo
2006-01-01

Abstract

Italian has many verbs that can introduce an infinitive clause by means of more than one different conjunction. Ex: PENSARE DI vs PENSARE A. This syntactic variation can correspond to semantic variation, or not, i.e., the meaning of the main verb can vary according to the different conjunctions, or not. A list of verbs is examined, and the relevant correlations between syntactic and semantic variation are pointed out.
LOMBARDI VALLAURI, E. (2006). Variazione semantica e sintattica nella reggenza infinitiva con di e a nei verbi italiani. In To appear.
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