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New approaches to Slavic verbs of motion

New approaches to Slavic verbs of motion

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Published by John Benjamins Pub. Company in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slavic languages -- Verb,
  • Motion -- Terminology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Viktoria Hasko, Renee Perelmutter.
    SeriesStudies in language companion series -- v. 115
    ContributionsHasko, Viktoria., Perelmutter, Renee.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPG169 .N49 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23862625M
    ISBN 109789027205827
    LC Control Number2009044948

    JSL publishes research articles and book reviews that address the description and analysis of Slavic languages and that are of general interest to linguists. Coverage: (Vol. 1, New approaches to Slavic verbs of motion [Studies in Language companion series, ] by Victoria Hasko. The verbs of motion form an anomalous subclass within the Russian aspectual system. In New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion, ed. V. Hasko & R. Perelmutter. Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, , p. Janda, L. A. “Perfectives from indeterminate motion verbs in .

    This research has discovered a number of ways in which the lexicalization patterning of Bulgarian motion verbs is not typically Slavic. Namely, Bulgarian focuses heavily on path constructions, and new motion verb vocabulary has developed around path constructions in ways not seen in BCS and ktexcleaning.com: Traci Speed Lindsey. Metaphorical walking: Russian idti as a generalized motion verb, in Victoria Hasko and Renee Perelmutter (eds.): New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, , pp. (Article (pdf)) Getting out: A preliminary analysis of vy-and iz-.

    Vol. 56, No. 1, SPRING Review articles (longer analytical essays or broad surveys of research in specific areas) are also welcome. A book review section is also included in each issue. Coverage: (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 60, New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion by Victoria Hasko. Serbo-Croatian is a South Slavic language that has, like most other Slavic languages, an extensive system of ktexcleaning.com article describes exclusively the grammar of the Shtokavian dialect, which is a part of the South Slavic dialect continuum and the basis for the Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian standard variants of Serbo-Croatian.


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May 06,  · “The fifteen essays that comprise New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion make up a unique and engaging conversation on the subject of this important, yet highly idiosyncratic grammatico-lexical verbal group. This valuable volume goes well beyond any conventional study on the subject, and it makes a substantial contribution with its original, innovative, and comparative studies that truly Pages: Get this from a library.

New approaches to Slavic verbs of motion. [Viktoria Hasko; Renee Perelmutter;] -- "This volume unifies a wide breadth of interdisciplinary studies examining the expression of motion in Slavic languages.

The contributors to the volume have joined in the discussion of Slavic motion. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

May 01,  · This volume unifies a wide breadth of interdisciplinary studies examining the expression of motion in Slavic languages.

The contributors to the volume have joined in the discussion of Slavic motion talk from diachronic, typological, comparative, cognitive, and acquisitional New approaches to Slavic verbs of motion book with a particular focus on verbs of motion, the nuclei of the lexicalization patterns for encoding motion.

The fifteen essays that comprise New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion make up a unique and engaging conversation on the subject of this important, yet highly idiosyncratic grammatico-lexical verbal group.

This valuable volume goes well beyond any conventional study on the subject, and it makes a substantial contribution with its original. Sep 16,  · A Slavist seeing Slavic verbs of motion thinks immediately of the dozen or so imperfective verb pairs like ktexcleaning.com-xodit', bežat'-begat', and nesti-nosit', and a third of the 15 papers in this heterogeneous collection deal with them.

1 But New approaches predominate. As the first editor observes, "During the last several decades the field of linguistics has witnessed the emergence of a. Chapter Aquamotion verbs in Slavic and Germanic In book: New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion, pp typically have a larger and more diverse lexicon of manner of motion verbs.

Book reviews Victoria Hasko and Renee Perelmutter (eds.): New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion. Studies in Language Companion Series Amsterdam & Phila­ delphia: John Benjamins, pp. ISBN The last couple of decades have seen a. PDF | This paper is an attempt to reinterpret the class of Common Slavic “indeterminate” verbs of motion, e.g., xoditi ‘walk’, nositi ‘carry’, etc., as | Find, read and cite all the.

Reviewed Work(s): New approaches to Slavic verbs of motion (by Victoria Hasko and Renee Perelmutter) The information about affiliations in this record was updated in December The record was previously connected to the following departments: Linguistics and Phonetics () id dbcea7cba80db03 (old id ).

Most verbs form canonical pairs of one perfective and one imperfective verb with generally the same meaning.

However, each Slavic language contains a number of bi-aspectual verbs, which may be used as both imperfective and perfective.

They are mainly borrowings from non-Slavic languages, but some native verbs also belong to this group. [Review of the book New approaches to Slavic verbs of motion ed. by Victoria Hasko and Renee Perelmutter] MPG-Autoren Burenhult, Niclas Language and Cognition Department, MPI for Psycholinguistics, Max Planck Society; Categories across Language and Cognition, MPI for Psycholinguistics, Max Planck Society; Author: Niclas Burenhult.

The paper contrasts the verbs plyt’/plavat’ in Russian and plynac/plywac in Polish with their correspondences in Dutch, English and Swedish against a broader typological background. The three Germanic languages use several verbs for what is covered by a pair of derivationally related verbs in each of the two Slavic languages.

This allowed me to not only to describe the Bulgarian motion verb system and its most common verbs of motion, but also to compare Bulgarian motion verb usage with other Slavic language motion verb ktexcleaning.com research has discovered a number of ways in which the lexicalization patterning of Bulgarian motion verbs is not typically ktexcleaning.com: Traci Speed Lindsey.

Russian Verbs of Motion Workbook Part 1 is the first book in this series and presents an introduction to the verbs of motion - it covers seven pairs of non-prefixed verbs of motion: to go by foot, to go by transportation, to fly, to run, to swim, to drive, to carry by an animate object.

New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (effort each = 50%). Articles “Deictic shifts in the Slavic translations from Hebrew associated with the Judaizers,” in Translation and Tradition in Slavia Orthodoxa, B.

Gasparov and V. Izmirlieva (eds). Lit Verlag, Slavische Sprachgeschichte, 5. Forthcoming. Review of the book New approaches to Slavic verbs of motion ed. by Victoria Hasko and Renee Perelmutter By Niclas Burenhult Topics: Jämförande språkvetenskap och lingvistikAuthor: Niclas Burenhult.

Apr 24,  · ''New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion'' is a compilation of 15 articlesdealing with various aspects of motion verbs in Slavic languages, with theprimary emphasis on Russian, which is understandable since Russian has the mostspeakers of any Slavic language.

The Big Silver Book of Russian Verbs is intended for use with all major Russian language text-books in any course from the first through the fourth years, or separately as a reference for inde-pendent study. This book is comprised of verbs from the most popular textbooks in use today, as well as reflecting frequency usage in contemporary Russian.

Message 1: New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion: Hasko, Perelmutter (Eds) Date: Jun From: Paul Peranteau Subject: New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion: Hasko, Perelmutter (Eds) E-mail this message to a friend Title: New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion Series Title: Studies in Language Companion Series Published: Publisher: John Benjamins.

This handbook is devoted entirely to Russian motion verbs, a notoriously complex and difficult area of grammar for English-speaking students. William J. Mahota provides a thorough treatment of verb forms for students in the second and third years of Russian language study, integrating text and workbook exercises in each chapter of the ktexcleaning.com by: 9.New Approaches to Slavic Verbs of Motion Joseph Schallert, Jouko Lindstedt, Ljudmil Spasov, and Juhani Nuorluoto, eds.

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Perelmutter (eds,) pp. with Viktoria Hasko. “Introduction. Verbs of motion in Slavic languages: New paths for exploration.” In New approaches to Slavic verbs of motion, Hasko, Viktoria and Renee Perelmutter (eds,) pp.