Linguistics

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$29.95
0-19-508970-7
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432
1995

From the Oxford University Press Slavica had the opportunity to buy up the limited remaining stock of this fundamental work on formal Slavic syntax when the original publisher, Oxford University Press, decided to declare it out of print. We are delighted to offer it at a lower than half of its original price in both hardcover and paperback. Focusing on...

Steven Franks, Vrinda Chidambaram, and Brian Joseph, eds.

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978-0-89357-364-5
2009

For nearly fifty years E. Wayles Browne has been a unique and almost irreplaceable intellectual resource for specialists in Slavic linguistics, working on a myriad of topics in a variety of languages and from a range of theoretical perspectives. He has been a subtle yet persistent force in bringing Slavic puzzles to the attention of the larger world of linguists...

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381
1983

Contents

Preface     7

Ronelle Alexander

Directions of Morphophonemic Change in Balkan Slavic: The Accentuation of the Present Tense     9

Robert Channon

A Comparative Sketch of Certain Anaphoric Processes in Russian and English     51

Catherine V. Chvany

On `Definiteness' in Bulgarian, English and Russian     71

James Ferrell

Names with Stems ending in zhl-ch in Old Russian     93

Michael S. Flier

The Alternation l-v in East Slavic     99...

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147
1989

This book is a description of the verbal morphology of the Macedonian literary language. However, unlike analyses which have preceded, it is concerned not only with presentation of the facts, but also with justification of the claims it makes relating to the structure of the assignment of meaning to form, the structure of the conjugational unit, and the grammatical function...

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978-0-89357-229-7
268
1992

Durst-Andersen develops a new conceptual framework for the clarification of the relations between verbal, sentential, and utterance meaning and aspectuality. The book takes up some of the hardest problems of Russian aspect usage, e.g., the usage of aspect in the infinitive, the imperative, and in connection with negation, and demonstrates that they are fully explanable and describable in terms of...

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