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Name: Francisco  Gonzálvez-García (IPA: fraensiscou gonzalvez garsia)
Institution: Universidad de Almería
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State and/or Country: Spain   
Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Gonzálvez-García, F. 1997. “A modality view of predicate selection in small clauses”. Texas Linguistic Forum 38: 101-119.

Gonzálvez-García, F. 2000. “Finding, seeing, thinking and observing in English Utopian Literature: Towards an understanding of the relevance of 'NP+XP' complement constructions in the morphology and grammar of J. Swift's Gulliver's Travels”. Atlantis, 22/2, 69-91.

Gonzálvez-García, F. (2002-2003). “Matching syntax and semantics in argument structure: Construction Grammar and the Theory of Syntactico-Semantic Patterns”. Pragmalingüística 10-11: 139-158.

Gonzálvez-García, F. y C. S. Butler. (2006). “Mapping functional-cognitive space”. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 4: 39-95.

Gonzálvez-García, F. (2006a) “Passives without actives: Evidence from verbless complement constructions in Spanish”. Constructions SV1-5/2006: 1-69.

Gonzálvez-García, F. (2007). “‘Saved by the reflexive’: Evidence from coercion via reflexives in verbless complement clauses in English and Spanish”. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 5: 193-238.

Gómez-González, María de los Ángeles y F. Gonzálvez-García. (2005). “On clefting in English and Spanish”, en Butler, C. S., Doval, S., y Gómez González, M. A. (eds.). The Dynamics of Language Use: Functional and Contrastive Perspectives. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins; pp. 155-196.

Butler, C. S., y F. Gonzálvez-García. (2005). “Situating FDG in functional-cognitive space: an initial study”, en: Gómez González, M. A., y Lachlan Mackenzie, J. (eds.), Studies in Functional Discourse Grammar. Bern: Peter Lang; pp. 109-158.

Gonzálvez-García, F. (2006b). “The fortunes of the competition between the Accusative and infinitive and the NP + PRED complement constructions after verba cogitandi in English: A Construction Grammar view”, en: Vázquez González, J. G., Martínez Vázquez, M., y Ron Vaz, P. (eds.). The Historical Linguistics-Cognitive Linguistics Interface. Huelva: Grupo de Gramática Contrastiva; pp. 75-145.

Gonzálvez-García, F. (2008). The family of object-related depictives in English and Spanish: towards a usage-based constructionist approach. Language Sciences. doi:10.1016/j.langsci.2008.01.003
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 Exploring Functional-Cognitive Space
 Romance Perspectives on Construction Grammar
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Courses Taught: English Lexicology and Semantics
English Syntax
English Morphology
Contrastive Linguistics
Spoken English

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