- rdf:value "04.04.03.005"
- rdfs:comment ""Secondary interjections quite often appear in the form of an “inflective”, a non-conventional inflection form mostly found in comics or sms/chat communication. In German and English, the inflective corresponds to the bare verb stem, e.g., seufz, gähn, derived from the verbs seufzen and gähnen, or the respective English items sigh, cough derived from to sigh and to cough." (Foster et al. 2012:124)
Forster, I., Borgwaldt, S. R., & Neef, M. (2012). Form follows function: Interjections and onomatopoetica in comics. Writing System Research, 4 (2), 122-139." @en
- rdfs:label "Inflective" @en
- rdfs:label "Inflektiv" @de
- skos:prefLabel "Inflective" @en
- skos:prefLabel "Inflektiv" @de