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Kontrastiv konstruktionsgrammatik och tvåspråkig lexikografi. Konstruktioner och konstruktionsekvivalenser i Islex.se

Conference paper
Authors Anna Helga Hannesdottir
Benjamin Lyngfelt
Published in Nordiske studier i leksikografi. Den 14 Konference om Leksikografi i Norden, Reykjavík, Iceland, May 30-June 2, 2017. Ásta Svavarsdóttir, Halldóra Jónsdóttir, Helga Hilmisdóttir, Thórdís Úlfarsdóttir (eds.)
ISBN 978-9979-654-48-3
ISSN 0803-9313
Publisher Nordisk forening for leksikografi
Place of publication Reykjavik
Publication year 2018
Published at Department of Swedish
Language sv
Keywords isländsk fraseologi, konstruktikon, tvåspråkig lexikografi, kontrastiv konstruktionsgrammatik, konstruktionsekvivalenter
Subject categories Specific Languages, General Language Studies and Linguistics

Abstract

In this paper we relate bilingual lexicography and contrastive construction grammar via bilingual constructicography, addressing the treatment of constructional and phraseological information in bilingual lexicography. After a discussion of the different notions of equivalence in lexicography and constructicography, we compare two online resources: the Swedish constructicon and the Icelandic-Swedish part of Islex.se. It is shown that although Islex.se contains a wealth of constructional information, this does not readily carry over across languages. A creative user can find correlections between constructions in Icelandic and Swedish, but these connections are indirect and somewhat ad hoc. Explicit links between the two languages mainly concern lemmas. In an online resource, it is clearly possible to also include systematic comparisons of phraseological information, and we argue that making use of constructionist resources such as constructicons would be helpful in this regard.

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