The Be/Have variation with intransitive
verbs during the Restoration period
			Linnéa Jonsson, 730320
			D exam paper 10p
			Supervisors: Mats Rydén, Merja Kytö
			University of Uppsala, Department of English 1996

  Table of contents    1 Introduction   1.1 Presentation of the be/have paradigm   1.2 Background literature    2 Aim   2.1 Method   2.2 Examples excluded from the statistics    3 The corpus   3.1 The comedies   3.2 The diaries   3.3 The letters     4 Overall survey of the data   4.1 Results   4.1.1 Resolve, engage and agree: the problem of classifying ambiguity   4.2 The factors examined   4.2.1 The -ing form (ING)   4.2.2 The perfect infinitive (PI) and modal auxiliaries (MOD)   4.2.3 The past perfect (PAST)   4.2.4 Adverbs stressing recent action or recent result of action (REC)   4.2.5 The negative (NEG)   4.2.6 Conditional contexts (COND)   4.3 Verbs with more than 10 occurrences   4.3.1 Become   4.3.2 Come   4.3.3 Fall   4.3.4 Get   4.3.5 Go   4.3.6 Grow   4.3.7 Pass   4.3.8 Return     5 Conclusion       Appendix A: The editors' comments on the editions of texts     Appendix B: List of verbs       Tables:   Table 1. Number of examples per 100,000 words   Table 2. The text types and authors   Table 3. Diachronic development   Table 4. The factors     Bibliography  

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