2.	A Semantically Based Analysis of Whole and Partitive Reflexive Constructions  in   English and French
Reflexivity can be regarded as a means by which a linguistic structure echoes a real life situation in which an individual affects himself whether in a whole or a partial sense. Reflixivity represents a prevalent linguistic aspect in most if not all languages. There are points of resemblance as well as variation pertinent to reflexivity cross-linguistically. Thus French is said ... Read more