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Abstract 0. I have argued in the course of a discussion of various aspectual distinctions that three underlying adnominal functions be allowed for (Anderson, 1973 a, §4.3.1 ), nom(inative), loc(ative) and abl(ative); and (elsewhere) that the lower predications in a causative construction are...
Abstract 1. One might easily choose to identify the beginnings of generative grammar with the appearance of Roman Jakobson's ‘Russian conjugation’ (1948).1Abandoning the traditional two stem treatment of the Russian verb, Jakobson showed that all surface forms could be derived from a single stem...
Abstract It is now generally agreed that the obstruent system of Proto-Indo-European (henceforth PIE) was of this type:
Abstract This paper offers an account of aspect in imperative verb forms and in certain infinitive verb forms of Russian.1 Although the paper is concerned chiefly with Russian, it is of general theoretical interest on two counts. Firstly, it shows how aspect and mood may be interconnected, as...
Abstract The subject of this study will be three major levelling processes involved in the history of the German verb paradigm from Old High German to the present and on the basis of this albeit well-known data I shall be able to substantiate a claim often made about the relationship between...
Abstract The purpose of this note1 is to discuss the relationship between linguistic reconstructions and their historical validity using the case of Old Japanese (8th century A.D., OJ hereafter) vowels as an example. I am using the term reconstruction in an extremely limited sense. By...
Abstract Le 3 juillet 1972, M . Palle Spore, de l’universite d’Odense, a soutenu, à l’universite d’århus, sa thèse sur la diphtongaison romane. Par ce terme il désigne la diphtongaison qui, en syllabe tonique, a atteint ê et Ŏ ouverts en latin vulgaire, phonémes provenant de ê et de Ŏ brefs en...
Abstract La these quCa soutenue Gerhard Boysen à l’Université dé Copenhague le 1 4 décembre 1971 est une importante contribution àall’étude de la syntaxe modale en français contemporain. Choisissant un point de départ taxinomique, l’auteur ne se contente pourtant pas d’une analyse purement...
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