oa Lexikos - Grammatiese inligting ten opsigte van adjektiewe in aanleerderwoordeboeke*
|Article Title||Grammatiese inligting ten opsigte van adjektiewe in aanleerderwoordeboeke*|
|© Publisher:||Bureau of the WAT|
|Affiliations||1 Departement Afrikilans, Universiteit Vista, Port Elizabeth, Suid-Afrika|
|Publication Date||Jan 1993|
|Pages||192 - 204|
|Keyword(s)||Adjective, Adjective compliments, Grammatical information, Learner's dictionary, Linguistic categories, Micro-structure, Mini grammar, Obligatory compliments, Optional compliments and Valency|
ISI Social Science
Grammatical Information with Regard to Adjectives in Leamer's Dictionaries. Because a learner's dictionary is used for both decoding and encoding. it should contain far more grammatical information (explicitly indicated) than standard dictionaries. Therefore, with regard to adjectives for example, attention should be given to the following: the possibility or not of inflection; the comparative and superlative forms; a complete identification of the different types of adjectives, an indication whether an adjective can only be used attributively or predicatively; the different ways in which so and sulke are used; the fact that not all ""past participles"" can be deri ved from the passive forms of wees; the provision of a spelling list with the names of people, countries, places, nations, tribes, languages, as well as derivations thereof; cross-references between nouns/verbs and their adjectival correlates if there are striking differences between them, and an indication of adjective complements. The value of valency theory by determining adjective complements is examined in this article and the importance of a distinction between obligatory and peripheral complements for both learners and teachers is stressed. The linguistic categories which can function as adjective complements in Afrikaans are provisionally indicated, but it is stated that further research in this regard is necessary.
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