Verb-framing vs. satellite-framing
The terms verb-framing and satellite-framing are used for two different types of languages or constructions (Talmy 1985): In verb-framed constructions, information about a path of movement is expressed in a verb (e.g. exit, enter, pass), whereas in satellite-framed constructions, information about a path is expressed outside the verb (by s satellite), e.g. by adverbial particles (out, in, past).
These terms were not used in Talmy's seminal 1985 article, but have only been introduced in later work (Talmy 1991).
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- Talmy, Len. 1991. Path to realization: A typology of event conflation. Berkeley Linguistics Society 17: 480-519.
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