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Aspect et personne sujet dans les désinences verbales en italien et en français : une représentation basée sur un référentiel spatial phonologique.

Abstract : The purpose of this comparative psychosystematic linguistics article is to highlight the rationale for the use of the vowel system in morphology related to the representation of the person and the verbal aspect in Italian and French. We examine the vowels of the Italian verbal morphology, with a particular interest in 1) the productivity of the vowel -o, 2 ) reversing -a/-i at the subjunctive, 3) the emergence of the representation of three separated persons, 4 ) the distribution of verbal aspect depending on the subject person, 5) avere and essere, then the dichotomy [-Ɛ/-a] in French, avoir and être. Some systemic facts that may seem paradoxical recover all of their consistency in an explanatory model taking into account the motivation of the sign and the spatial representation. Our analysis of the motivation springs sign induced relations between sound and meaning (vowel hierarchy and consonant movements) and the role of language in the development of spatial references, the geometry of the buccal space serving as the fundamental kinesthetic memory reference and the phonological system of the native language contained a model of functioning of all internal models of the body and physical laws.
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Sophie Saffi. Aspect et personne sujet dans les désinences verbales en italien et en français : une représentation basée sur un référentiel spatial phonologique.. Le Français Moderne - Revue de linguistique Française, CILF (conseil international de la langue française), 2014, pp.201-242. ⟨hal-01410017⟩

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