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parentheticals : “They are used to specify (or to make emphatically explicit) the speaker’s illocutionary intention or the illocutionary ‘uptake’ desired from the addressee”. 2 L’intento illocutivo veicolato dal parlante è dunque quello di indurre l

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: Holt, Rinehart and Winston . Potts , Christopher . 2002 . The syntax and semantics of as-parentheticals . Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 20 . 623 – 689

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-restrictive type, which expresses information parenthetically ( fortem virum ). C. Sulpicium praetorem, fortem virum, misi […] I sent the praetor Gaius Sulpicius, a gallant man, … (Cic. Catil. 3, 8) Our research focuses on the semantic and syntactic relation

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the nominative are placed parenthetically in the middle of the sentence, and not at the beginning, it is nevertheless possible to consider them nominativus pendens . They are, in fact, at the beginning of the subordinate clause. CONCLUSION In both

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, nature, outcomes (DIGS5) 2011 McCawley, James D. 1982. Parentheticals and discontinuous constituent structure. In

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. Reduced Parenthetical Clauses as Mitigators: a Corpus Study of Spoken French, Italian, and Spanish . Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Schneider S. Reduced

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. Operator movement in embedded clauses 2012 Urmson, James O. 1952. Parenthetical verbs. In: Mind 61: 480

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