By Olga M. Tomic
This ebook discusses the morpho-syntactic Balkan Sprachbund positive aspects in 9 languages within which they're such a lot quite a few. It includes a wealth of Balkan linguistic fabric. the focal point is on showing similarities and changes within the illustration of the main generally stated Balkan Sprachbund morpho-syntactic beneficial properties and their interplay with different positive aspects within the constitution of the DP or the sentence of person languages.
Read Online or Download Balkan Sprachbund Morpho-Syntactic Features (Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory) PDF
Best linguistics books
MATLAB PROGRAMMING WITH purposes FOR ENGINEERS seeks to at the same time train MATLAB as a technical programming language whereas introducing the scholar to some of the functional services that make fixing difficulties in MATLAB loads more straightforward than in different languages. The e-book presents an entire advent to the basics of fine procedural programming.
The Media play a various and important function within the functional expression of racism and within the daily politics of ethnicity. Written by means of veterans of analysis on media and 'race', this booklet bargains a clean comparative analyses of the problems and units out the main agendas for destiny research.
The volume's relevant drawback is grammatical voice, generally referred to as diathesis, and its classical manifestations as lively, center, and Passive. whereas various difficulties within the which means, syntax, and morphology of those different types in Indo-European stay unsolved, their opposite numbers in additional unique languages have raised nonetheless additional questions.
- Cultural Memories: The Geographical Point of View
- Thinking Arabic Translation: A Course in Translation Method (Arabic to English)
- Syntax - Theory and Analysis: An International Handbook, Volume 1
- Modern Language: Sound smarter without trying harder (The Very Lazy Intellectual)
Extra resources for Balkan Sprachbund Morpho-Syntactic Features (Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory)
Part Romanian d. Part Modern Greek e. 2 A further concordance of this type is the single negation in Aromanian, in accordance with that in Modern Greek and Albanian, but in contrast with the double negation in Romanian and the Slavic Balkan languages: (17) a. Nu dzătse tsiva. ’ b. Den le(g)i tiptoe. ’ c. S’ka bërë gjë. ’ Albanian d. Nu spuse nimic. ’ Romanian e. Ne kaza ništo. 3 Among the “concordance between different Balkan languages” we find a phenomenon which is very general – the use of “wh”-words with the meaning of ‘where’ as a relative pronoun and conjunction.
The copying perpetuates mistakes. 53 What concerns the loss of the infinitive and its replacement by subjunctive constructions, Macedonian, Modern Greek, Bulgarian and the South-Eastern Serbian dialects are central, while Romanian, Albanian and Standard Serbian or Standard Croatian are peripheral (cf. Joseph 1983). The highly specific phonetic innovations combined with the preservation of grammatical archaisms in the Bulgarian Rodopi dialect (inflectional nominal morphology, use of morphological infinitive) makes this dialect peripheral within the Balkan Sprachbund (cf.
3Sg Bulgarian Introduction 17 b. 1Sg Colloquial Romanian c. 1Sg Albanian d. 1Sg e. 6 The doubling of objects is illustrated with examples from Bulgarian, Macedonian, Albanian, Romanian and Modern Greek: (37) a. Cl uxapala. ’ b. ’ žaketot. Sg c. ’ mbesën. Acc d. Mark la úcoala. ’ e. ’ to the vivlio. 7 The use of the “short pronominal form” for the expression of possessiveness is illustrated with examples from Bulgarian, Macedonian, Romanian and Modern Greek: (38) a. Cl Bulgarian Chapter 1 18 b. Sg ‘his voice’ c.