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Dvojnye glagoly v russkoj razgovornoj reči v zerkale Nacional’nogo korpusa russkogo jazyka: formy imperativa množestvennogo čisla


Weiss, Daniel (2013). Dvojnye glagoly v russkoj razgovornoj reči v zerkale Nacional’nogo korpusa russkogo jazyka: formy imperativa množestvennogo čisla. In: Velmezova, Ekterina. Schweizerische Beiträge zum XV. Internationalen Slavistenkongress in minsk, August 2013. Peter Lang Bern: Peter Lang Bern-Berlin-Frankfurt etc., 329-341.

Abstract

This paper continues a whole series of previous articles on the so-called Russian double verbs, but examines them for the first time on the basis of data from the Russian national corpus. It focuses on just one grammatical form out of the whole paradigm, viz. imperatives in the 2pl. Among the topics scrutinized and quantified are: the ratio of juxtaposition vs distant position(with one dividing element) of both verbs and of prototypical (asymmetric)vs non prototypical (symmetric) pairs, the inversion of V1 and V2, the scope of negation, pairs with mixed verbal aspect, the desemanticisation of V1, the historical rise of some V1 and decline of others. The results obtained by this research corroborate the overall picture drawn in our previous works, but provide significant new insights such as the overwhelming predominance of the prototype over symmetric pairs, exclusive negation of V2, prevailing distribution of ipf V1 + pf V in aspectually mixed pairs, etc.

Abstract

This paper continues a whole series of previous articles on the so-called Russian double verbs, but examines them for the first time on the basis of data from the Russian national corpus. It focuses on just one grammatical form out of the whole paradigm, viz. imperatives in the 2pl. Among the topics scrutinized and quantified are: the ratio of juxtaposition vs distant position(with one dividing element) of both verbs and of prototypical (asymmetric)vs non prototypical (symmetric) pairs, the inversion of V1 and V2, the scope of negation, pairs with mixed verbal aspect, the desemanticisation of V1, the historical rise of some V1 and decline of others. The results obtained by this research corroborate the overall picture drawn in our previous works, but provide significant new insights such as the overwhelming predominance of the prototype over symmetric pairs, exclusive negation of V2, prevailing distribution of ipf V1 + pf V in aspectually mixed pairs, etc.

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Item Type:Book Section, not refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Slavonic Studies
Dewey Decimal Classification:490 Other languages
410 Linguistics
Language:Russian
Date:2013
Deposited On:03 Oct 2013 12:19
Last Modified:07 Dec 2017 22:43
Publisher:Peter Lang Bern-Berlin-Frankfurt etc.

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