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Manfred Sailer Institut für England- und Amerikastudien (Section English Linguistics) Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main Grüneburgplatz 1 D-60629 Frankfurt am Main Germany Homepage: http://user.uni-frankfurt.de/~sailer/ Tel.: +49 - (0)69 - 798 32526 Fax: +49 - (0)69 - 798 32509 E-Mail: sailer "at" em "dot" uni-frankfurt "dot" de

Exam preparation Sailer

During the winter term, Manfred Sailer is offering meetings for his exam candidates. All meetings will take place tuesday, 14.15-15.45, IG 3.214.

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  • 12.2.2019

 

Please contact Manfred Sailer (sailer@em.uni-frankfurt.de) directly if you have not yet registered at Sailer’s  Olat exam group or if you have any other questions.

Findlay, Bargmann & Sailer at Form-Meaning Mismatches, Göttingen

Gänseliesel, Göttingen, 3.8.2018 (photo: M. Sailer, BY-NC-ND 3.0)

Jamie Findlay, Sascha Bargmann, and Manfred Sailer presented their joint work on figurative uses of idiomatic expressions at the workshop on From-Meaning Mismatches in Natural Language, Göttingen, August 3&4.

Jamie, Sascha and Manfred’s work was the result of their intense interaction during Jamie’s visit in Frankfurt in June. In their talk “Pulling a pretence rabbit out of the hat”, they argue Continue reading Findlay, Bargmann & Sailer at Form-Meaning Mismatches, Göttingen

Paper published: Split-antecedent relative clauses

The proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22 have just been published and are freely accessible for download from the semantics archive. The proceedings contain a joint contribution of the projects NRR and CON of Research Unit 1783 Relative Clauses.

In their contribution on “Split antecedent relative clauses and the symmetry of predicates”Claudia Poschmann, Sascha Bargmann, Christopher Götze, Anke Holler, Manfred Sailer, Gert Webelhuth, and Thomas Ede Zimmermann present the results of Continue reading Paper published: Split-antecedent relative clauses

Jamie Findlay in Frankfurt!

Findlay in Frankfurt, June 2018 (photo: M. Sailer, BY-NC-ND 3.0)

Jamie Findlay (Oxford) spent a research visit at the IEAS from June 18 to July 5. During his visit, Jamie was working with Sascha Bargmann and Manfred Sailer on recent developments in formal approaches to the analysis of idiomatic expressions. He also discussed this topic in his talk “How (not) to analyse multiword expressions” (June 25, 4.15-5.45 pm, IG 3.201).

Some of the results of Jamie’s very productive stay in Frankfurt will be presented at the workshop on Form-Meaning Mismatches, Continue reading Jamie Findlay in Frankfurt!

New book: “Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective”

Earlier this week, Language Science Press has published the following edited volume:

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(PMWE1, foto: M. Sailer, May 2018)

Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markanotantou. 2018. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective (Phraseology and Multiword Expressions, Vol 1). Berlin: Language Science Press. doi 10.5281/zenodo.1182583

The book is one of the results of the COST Action 1207 Parseme: Parsing and Multiword Expressions (2013-2017).

The book is summarized on the web page as follows: Continue reading New book: “Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective”

Additional course Summer Term 2018

We are happy to annouce the following course by our new colleague, Sascha Bargmann:

“Idioms and their variability”

Monday, 12.15-13.45; room IG 3.201

Start: 9.4.2018

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Bargmann, Gehrke & Richter on “How to modify idioms”

Sascha Bargmann, Berit Gehrke (LLF, Paris) & Frank Richter had a joint presentation during the 19th Szklarska Poreba Workshop (February, 23-26). Sascha and Berit attended the meeting and gave a talk on “How to modify idioms”. 

Szklarska Poreba, February 2019 (Photo: S. Bargmann, BY-NC-ND 3.0)

The talk is based on joint research initiated within the DAAD-ANR-funded networking program One-to-many correspondendences in morphology, syntax, and semantics.

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