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The conjunction da in Macedonian Church Slavonic texts in comparison with other South Slavonic redactions of the Church Slavonic language the paper analyses the use and the functions of conjunction da in Macedonian
; Институт за македонски јазик »Крсте Мисирков«
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ЃУРКОВА, А. (2015). Veznik da u makedonskim crkvenoslavenskim tekstovima u usporedbi s drugim južnoslavenskim redakcijama crkvenoslavenskoga jezika. Slovo : časopis Staroslavenskoga instituta u Zagrebu, (65), 18-19. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/153559
The conjunction da in macedonian church slavonic texts in comparison with other south slavonic redactions of the church slavonic language the paper analyses the use and the functions of conjunction da in Macedonian Church Slavonic manuscripts dating from the 12th to the 16th century. The comparison with Croatian Glagolitic and Old Serbian manuscripts evidently shows a parallel use of the conjunction da in its fi nal, completive, adjunctive, consecutive and optative meaning. For the development of the hypotactic da, the initial position of da in a subordinate clause, as well as the contact position with direct predicate, is relevant. The mechanisms essential for the development of the hypotactic da are: re-analysis, generalisationand syntactic synonymy. The infi nitive substituted by the da construction with present in Old Church Slavonic and Church Slavonic manuscripts represents an important process in the development of the hypotactic da, and the Latin impact can be distinguished as a factor of relevance. In the modern context, the differences between Western and Eastern South Slavonic languages can be recognized in development and generalisation of da in the sphere of factitivness and expectativeness in Serbian, Croatian and Slovene languages. Macedonian and Bulgarian developed a differentiationbetween the conjunctions used to express factitiveness, i.e. in completive clauses (дека, оти, че, pōs, oti), and the conjunctions used in the sphere of expectativeness and potentiality, i.e. in fi nal clauses (да, hína/ná; за да, diá ná/ γiá ná).
Church Slavonic; Macedonian historical syntax; particle and conjunction da; conjunction za da; hypotaxis
Hrčak ID: 153559
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