Le compl&#233;ment indirect en <i>de</i>

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We discuss the syntactic properties of N0 V de N1 of changer, in opposition to N0 V N1, from a corpus analysis. In N0 V N1 (Max a chang&#233; sa voiture), the referent of N1, direct object, changes, whether modified or replaced. In N0 V de N1 (Max a chang&#233; de voiture), on the other hand, N1, which does not admit a determiner, does not refer to&#160;a specific entity and indicates a category. Thus the referent of N1 is not affected by the change. The indirect object de N1 of changer is&#160;distinguished from de N1 of other verbs which admits determiners and answers&#160;the question: &#8220;De quoi V N0&#8201;?&#8221;, such as parler, traiter, servir, etc


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