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The Thematic Structure of the Sentence in English and Polish

Sentence Stress and Word Order

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The initial aim of the book was to describe Polish equivalents of the English articles. The functions of the articles were found in Polish to be expressed by word order and sentence stress (in neutral intonation). Word order and sentence stress were also analysed in English in view of the different nature of word order. Native speakers were asked to read given texts, which were recorded, and to comment on the intonation. The author concludes that the functions of the articles are part of Functional Sentence Perspective (FSP) and that the general tendency is to put new information in final position. In Polish, this is achieved by word order and sentence stress, in English by stress and some syntactic means. Furthermore it is found that in both English and Polish, the noun determines the position of the sentence stress – it always falls on the new noun if such is present; in the absence of such a noun the stress is put on the next available word as far to the end of the sentence as possible.


Titel: The Thematic Structure of the Sentence in English and Polish
Autoren/Herausgeber: Aleksander Szwedek
Aus der Reihe: Warsaw Studies in English Language and Literature
Ausgabe: 1. Neuausgabe

ISBN/EAN: 9783631635322

Seitenzahl: 144
Format: 21 x 14,8 cm
Produktform: Hardcover/Gebunden
Gewicht: 290 g
Sprache: Englisch

Aleksander Szwedek is professor of linguistics at the Academy of Management (SWSPiZ) in Warsaw. His main fields of research are functional sentence perspective (FSP) and conceptual metaphor theory (CMT) on which he has published numerous papers and several books.

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