Werner Frey

List of John Benjamins publications for which Werner Frey plays a role.


Inner-sentential Propositional Proforms: Syntactic properties and interpretative effects

Edited by Werner Frey, André Meinunger and Kerstin Schwabe

[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 232] 2016. v, 278 pp.
Subjects Generative linguistics | Semantics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics


Frey, Werner 2023 Chapter 3. Types of German causal clauses and their syntactic-semantic layersMicro- and Macro-variation of Causal Clauses: Synchronic and Diachronic Insights, Jędrzejowski, Łukasz and Constanze Fleczoreck (eds.), pp. 51–100 | Chapter
This chapter aims to discuss some distinguishing syntactic and interpretative properties of German causal weil-clauses, da-clauses and verb-first causal clauses. The chapter argues that these different properties can be fruitfully analysed in Krifka’s (2018, to appear) system of decomposition of… read more
The paper discusses various syntactic properties of different constructions featuring a dependent clause associated with a pro-form. The paper adopts the thesis of Pütz (19862) and Sudhoff (2003) that the pro-form construction with verbs of the class to which bedauern (‘to regret’) belongs and the… read more
Schwabe, Kerstin, Werner Frey and André Meinunger 2016 Sentential proforms: An overviewInner-sentential Propositional Proforms: Syntactic properties and interpretative effects, Frey, Werner, André Meinunger and Kerstin Schwabe (eds.), pp. 1–22 | Article
Frey, Werner 2012 On two types of adverbial clauses allowing root-phenomenaMain Clause Phenomena: New Horizons, Aelbrecht, Lobke, Liliane Haegeman and Rachel Nye (eds.), pp. 405–430 | Article
Peripheral adverbial clauses show many differences from central adverbial clauses, one being that they allow certain root-phenomena, whereas central adverbial clauses do not allow any. A third class of adverbial clauses has to be distinguished, which in German contains continuative w-relatives and… read more