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The present study attempts to find out whether the legal genres under analysis differ in terms of their employment of gerundial and present participial clauses and subsequently to account for the detected differences by considering the functions of the -ing clauses in the contexts in which they are used.
Criteria and Tests Applied for Delimiting the Distinction Between Gerundial and Present Participial Clauses
A ocorrencia de oracao gerundial adverbial estabelecendo relacao de proposito e apresentada no diagrama 7.
O metodo apresentado na oracao gerundial e utilizado para realizar o evento da oracao principal.
In the literature on perception the -ing form is interpreted as having a participial and a gerundial interpretation with physical and cognitive perception respectively.
Therefore, the distinction between a gerund and a participle can be put in the following terms: the more concrete the event, the more participial the -ing structure is and the more abstract, the more gerundial (Verspoor 1996: 417-454), as seen in:
The gerundial group maintains that while she does not shrink from evil, she does not find it everywhere, either.
The deverbal suffix also exists in various infinitive, participial and gerundial forms in several languages, e.
In Tupinamba, the condition for a verbal stem to occur in the gerundial mood was the co-reference of its subject with the main clause subject.
In the 19th century LGA had already lost the gerundial mood.
This flexibility is reflected in [39], where the gerundial form constitutes a unipartite non-verbal clause, and in [40], where it is the focus of the clause:
Namely, the quality expressed by the adjective such as diligent will not change after -ly has been attached to produce diligently; gerundial nominalisations in -ing, e.
19) Both Vendler and Bennett distinguish between two kinds of sentence nominalizations: perfect and imperfect "Norway," "betrayal" is perfectly a noun, whereas "betraying" in the gerundial expression "Quisling's betraying Norway" is a sort of noun that still has a verb alive and kicking in it.
21) Actually, Bennett himself seems to acknowledge this, when he distinguishes "that [S]" nominals from imperfect gerundial nominals, and admits that the grammatical behavior of these types of expressions differ.
Tecidas essa consideracoes, passamos ao exame das oracoes complexas integradas por uma oracao gerundial.