Construções Modais com dar no português do Brasil: metáfora, uso e gramática

Maria Margarida Martins Salomão

Abstract


Neste artigo propõe-se uma análise da família de construções modais com o verbo “dar” no português brasileiro, baseada no modelo construcionista goldbergiana. Os resultados obtidos apontam para o tratamento da gramática como rede de construções baseada no uso e motivada por esquemas cognitivamente basilares.


Keywords


Modalidade; Gramática de Construções; Metáfora.

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