5 edition of Negation in Slavic found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[editors] Sue Brown & Adam Przepiórkowski.|
|Contributions||Brown, Sue, 1967-, Przepiórkowski, Adam, 1968-|
|LC Classifications||PG191.N4 N44 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005049964|
Book Book Series. Previous chapter. Next chapter. Negation in the Slavic and Germanic languages. 30,00 € / $ / £ Get Access to Full Text. Citation Information. Word-Formation. An International Handbook of the Languages of Europe. Edited by Müller, Peter O. / Ohnheiser, Ingeborg / Olsen, Susan / Rainer, Franz. Jespersen' s monograph on negation and Germanic languages and occasional discussion of Slavic and Finno-U gric languages. The coverage of the ten largely synchronic chapters is strikingly chapters and the longest chapter in the book is devoted not to any of the.
An additional generalization, mentioned in section 1, is that only underlying internal arguments can ever appear in the genitive of negation (4). Only one instance of GoN is licensed per negation (45) (see Brown and Franks () from where the example is taken). Russian (русский язык, tr. rússky yazýk) is an East Slavic language, which is an official language in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, as well as being widely used throughout Eastern Europe, the Baltic states, the Caucasus and Central Asia. Russian belongs to the family of Indo-European languages, one of the four living members of the East Slavic languages alongside Ethnicity: Russians.
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Negation in natural language has intrigued scholars since at least the days of Aristotle. Today general linguists explore the syntax and semantics of negation in a wide array of the world's languages using a variety of linguistic frameworks.
However, the Slavic languages have been regrettably underrepresented in the literature on s: Adam Przepiorkowski, Sue Brown. This book surveys the form and function of negative sentence, providing state-of-the-art studies and a comprehensive bibliography on the acquisition, processing, and historical development of negation and its interaction with other operators.
the chapters explore polarity, "illogical" negation, and the grammatical semantic, and pragmatic. Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Negation in Slavic. Bloomington, Ind.: Slavica, (OCoLC) Document Type. Negation in Slavic joins the ranks of recent studies on negation in its attempt to deepen our understanding of negation phenomena, and is unique in its breadth and diversity of approach.
What began as the proceedings of the Workshop on the Syntax and Semantics of Negation held during the 32nd Annual Poznan' Linguistics Meeting developed into a. This dense brick of a book starts with a warning to the unwary - an (untranslated) Latin dedication.
It was written by a Czech priest who eventually became a Harvard professor of Byzantine history. He informs readers that this book enlarges upon a Harvard course on Slavic history from the 13th to the 17th centuries.
So brace by: Books shelved as slavic: Men and Monsters by Elena May, Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy, The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden, Crime and Punishme.
PDF | On Jan 1,Krzysztof Migdalski and others published Interactions between Verb Movement and Negation in South Slavic | Find, read and Author: Krzysztof Migdalski. Genesis of the Genitive of Negation in Balto-Slavic and Its Evidence in Contemporary Slovenian Genitive of negation is a Balto-Slavic syntactic rule that governs the transformation of ac-cusative complements of transitive verbs or subjects of existential constructions in positive sentences to genitive complements in negative sentences.
In linguistics and grammar, affirmation and negation (abbreviated respectively AFF and NEG) are the ways that grammar encodes negative and positive polarity in verb phrases, clauses, or other ially an affirmative (positive) form is used to express the validity or truth of a basic assertion, while a negative form expresses its falsity.
Examples are the sentences. Careers at Behance Adobe Portfolio Blog Powered By Behance Creative Career Tips Download the App English English Čeština Dansk Deutsch Español Français Italiano Nederlands Norsk Polski Português Pусский Suomi Svenska Türkçe 日本語 한국어 中文(简体) 中文(繁體).
(shelved 5 times as slavic-mythology) avg rating —ratings — published A double negative is a grammatical construction occurring when two forms of negation are used in the same sentence.
Multiple negation is the more general term referring to the occurrence of more than one negative in a some languages, double negatives cancel one another and produce an affirmative; in other languages, doubled negatives intensify the negation.
finite contexts, as negation is assumed to be related to Tense. Key words: Negation, Romance, Slavic, negative marker, negative concord 1. Introduction Negation is a universal category, inherent to human reasoning.
It is present in all the languages of the world under various realizations. It has been the object of extensive research. Negacja w języku, tekście, dyskursie Negation in language, text, discourse.
Contributor(s): Ewa Szkudlarek-Śmiechowicz (Editor), Bartłomiej Cieśla (Editor) Subject(s): Semantics, Eastern Slavic Languages Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego Keywords: negation; syntactical negation; semantic negation; communication negation; discourse analysis; negacja.
This book is designed to raise awareness about the forgotten Slavic demons and mythology. I chose 30 basic demons then designed 30 icons which show how they looked like and finally made 30 descriptions about them. Abstract: This article examines genitive measure adverbials (adjuncts), which occur in various Slavic languages in the context of sentential negation.
Although this phenomenon resembles the genitive of negation, it is argued that such adverbials do not result from the genitive of negation rule, and are instead partitives. ABSTRACTS Abstracts are invited for minute talks on all aspects of (morpho)syntax and semantics of negation in Slavic languages (also comparing Slavic negation to that in other languages) from any theoretical perspective.
The official language of the workshop will be English. This paper deals with the interaction of three categories: aspect, mood and negation. I will demonstrate how the presence of negation influences the aspectual choice in imperative forms in Slavic languages.
The prohibitive, preventive and some other modal imperative meanings will be discussed. The following language processes may be of common typological interest: (1) The Cited by: 1. Aspects of Negation in English and Slovenian.
without whose antithetical powers a Slavic soul would, indeed, be lost. It may not be completely unfitting to open a. Targets, Theory and Methods of Slavic Generative Syntax: Minimalism, Negation and Clitics. In: Kempgen, Sebastian / Kosta, Peter / Berger, Tilman / Gutschmidt, Karl Author: Peter Kosta.
The Slavic Genitive of Negation. There is a phenomenon in Slavic languages called negative genitive (genitive of negation). It is expressed in exchanging the accusative form of the direct object after a verb of negation for a genitive form or in exchanging the subject’s nominative form again for a genitive form.Negation in the past and future In this interactive video, learners are introduced to how to say something doesn’t exist in the past and future.
Length: The end result is a formalization of the status of negation within the phrase structure of Russian that not only contributes relevant Slavic data to the pool of negation data, but also sheds new light on the syntactic expression of negation universally.
Other languages discussed include Italian, Catalan, English, Southern English, and West Flemish.