Revue Des Patois 1887 Vol 1 eComposition as other linguisticxpressionsIonin Matushansky show that THEIR ANALYSIS ACCOUNTS FOR THE INTERNAL OF CARDINAL analysis accounts for the internal composition of cardinal constructions cross linguistically providing xamples from than fifteen languages
They demonstrate that their proposal is compatible with a variety of related phenomena including modified numerals measure nouns demonstrate that their proposal is compatible with a variety of related phenomena including modified numerals measure nouns fractions Ionin and Matushansky show that a semantic or syntactic account that captures the behavior of a simplex cardinal such as five does not automatically transfer to a complex cardinal such as five. An argument that complex cardinals are not xtra linguistic but built using standard syntax and standard principles of semantic compositionIn Cardinals Tania Ionin and Ora Matushansky offer a semantic and syntactic analysis
Of Nominal Expressions Containing nominal xpressions containing
Cardinals For Example Twofor xample two and thirty five books They show that complex cardinals are not an xtra linguistic phenomenon as is often assumed but built using standard syntax and standard principles of semantic composition Complex cardinals can tell us as much about syntactic structure and semantic. Thousand and forty six and propose a compositional analysis of complex
cardinals consider the lexical categories of simplex cardinals and theirThey consider lexical categories of simplex cardinals and their in the construction of complex cardinals; xamine in detail the numeral systems of selected languages including Slavic and Semitic languages; discuss linguistic constructions that contain cardinals; address xtra linguistic conventions on the construction of complex cardinals; and drawing on data from Modern Hebrew Basue Russian and Dutch show that modified numerals and partitives are compatible with their analys.