This collection explains Henk J. Verkuyl's theory on time and quantity presented in his 1993 volume, "A Theory of Aspectuality. The selected works presented in this follow-up volume explore the consequences of this theory for a number of areas. In particular, Verkuyl addresses issues in the following areas: habituality; the interaction between tense and aspectuality; the role of temporal Path structure in distributive and collective quantification; and the differences and correspondences in the ways in which Slavic, Germanic and Romance languages express aspectuality.
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Introduction; 1. Events as individuals; 2. Indices and habituality; 3. Aspectualizers and event structure; 4. On the syntax of inner aspectuality; 5. Tense, aspect and aspectual composition; 6. Multiple quantification; 7. Distributivity and collectivity; 8. Scope ambiguity and the verb phrase; 9. (In-)definiteness and temporal measure nouns; Index; References.
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