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Intransitive adpositions or particles
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Three aspects of intransitive adpositions (also referred to as particles) are discussed: their meaning, the mapping of their arguments onto their syntactic structure and their combinatorial properties. Intransitive adpositions do not have any complement. Two types of particles are distinguished: particles with an external argument and particles without an external argument.

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