La Leyenda de Kalimán, Parte 5 by Rafael Cutberto Navarro Huerta, Modesto Ramón Vázquez
By Rafael Cutberto Navarro Huerta, Modesto Ramón Vázquez González
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This fact also adds certain consistency to the explicative model, allowing us to see the relations between different conceptual patterns that compose it like a network of indistinct categories with contact spaces between them. Bearing in mind this link between instrumentality and localization and the aspects of the semantic-conceptual model I proposed earlier, I established an initial classification of instrumental denominal verb formations in three groups according to the degree of localization of the derivation base.
Thus the shovel participates in the localization process, but remains outside the components of the motion schema (Talmy 2000). Lastly, a third group would be composed of those cases that also suggest a Â�locative process but where the instrument does take part in the process, acting as the located element. In this group we find cases such as aporrear < porra [to bat < bat], where a locative process takes place together with an instrumental process and where the instrument stands as the located figure or object.
However, Â�speakers have opted for one conceptualization and no other and, furthermore, it is interesting to note that both conceptualization proposals respond equally to two Â�possibilities within the instrument conceptual pattern. Cifuentes (2006a) proposes a small typology of possible patterns that allow the creation of these formations, although as he acknowledges, it is still a temporary Â�classification that requires further study and which may be altered in the future. In it he gathers six kinds of constructions: inchoative, agentive, causative, privative, locative and instrumental.