Linguistics

Edited by Demetrius J. Koubourlis

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Demetrius J. Koubourlis

 Foreword     iii

Robert Abernathy

 An Often-Solved Problem Indo-European kt in Slavic     1

James Augerot

 Jat' and the Bulgarian Verb     24

Herbert Coats

 On the Alternation j/v in Russian     29

Frederick Columbus

 Phonological Rules in the Language of Sofronij Vracanskij     43

Richard C. DeArmond

 An Abstract Phonological Interpretation of Verb Stems in Ukrainian Formed with the Thematic Suffix /oh/     50

Michael S....

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1983

UCLA Slavic Studies no. 6

A group of connected essays which study the phenomenon in both its diachronic and synchronic states.

Contents:

1. Introduction

2. The Anaphoric Pronoun Genitive-Accusative

3. Other Pronouns

4. The Genitive-Accusative in the History of Noun and Adjective Declension

5. Conditions on the Genitive-Accusative: Correlations with Case Marking

6. Animacy: The Genitive-Accusative in Russian Gender Bibliography:...

Laura Janda and Steven Clancy

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2006

More than a decade of research on Slavic case semantics has come together in a valuable new pedagogical tool through the work of Laura Janda and Steven Clancy. The Case Book for Czech presents the Czech case system in terms of structured semantic wholes. This method of explanation is easily accessible to students and provides a coherent conceptual framework that...

Roman Jakobson with the assistance of Kathy Santilli

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1989

An important work by the most eminent linguist of the 20th century, with new findings in an area which interested him throughout his long career. "this book... may be considered the scientific will of this great linguist (or even better: philologist) of our century." Revue roumaine de linguistique.

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1991

This monograph describes the South Slavic dialect of a village which is located about 6 km. south of the Greek-Yugoslav border and 10 km. from the town of Lerin (Florina). The author of this study, who is a professor of Slavic linguistics at the University of Hamburg, had the unique opportunity of living with speakers of the dialect for extended...

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