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Contemporary linguistics, Vol.36 No.69 July 2010.

Original scientific paper

Slavic–style aspect in the Caucasus

Vittorio S. Tomelleri ; Dipartimento di Ricerca Linguistica, Letteraria e Filologica

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Tomelleri, V.S. (2010). Slavic–style aspect in the Caucasus. Suvremena lingvistika, 36 (69), 65-97. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/55666
MLA 8th Edition
Tomelleri, Vittorio S.. "Slavic–style aspect in the Caucasus." Suvremena lingvistika, vol. 36, no. 69, 2010, pp. 65-97. https://hrcak.srce.hr/55666. Accessed 21 Jul. 2018.
Chicago 17th Edition
Tomelleri, Vittorio S.. "Slavic–style aspect in the Caucasus." Suvremena lingvistika 36, no. 69 (2010): 65-97. https://hrcak.srce.hr/55666
Harvard
Tomelleri, V.S. (2010). 'Slavic–style aspect in the Caucasus', Suvremena lingvistika, 36(69), pp. 65-97. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/55666 (Accessed 21 July 2018)
Vancouver
Tomelleri VS. Slavic–style aspect in the Caucasus. Suvremena lingvistika [Internet]. 2010 Jul 13 [cited 2018 July 21];36(69):65-97. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/55666
IEEE
V.S. Tomelleri, "Slavic–style aspect in the Caucasus", Suvremena lingvistika, vol.36, no. 69, pp. 65-97, July 2018. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/55666. [Accessed: 21 July 2018]

Abstracts
Cross–linguistically, the expression of the aspectual opposition ’Perfective–Imperfective’
by means of preverbs is a quite rare phenomenon; the label ’Sla vic–style aspect’ proposed
for this derivational category reflects the fact that the Slavic lan guage family
(Russian above all) has, until recently, been the primary source of assumptions and
data about as pect. However, similar systems are to be found also in other languages
and lan guage families, which can be compared and ar ranged along a scale according
to their degree of grammaticalization. The present article is a first attempt to compare
and describe typologically some aspectual or aspectual–like features of three languages
spoken in the Caucasus, Russian, Georgian and Ossetic; it discusses their beha viour
and illustrates some pa ra me ters of variation within this category. Further, the possibility
of con tact induced changes is briefly illustrated.

Keywords
aspect; Slavic languages; Caucasian languages

Hrčak ID: 55666

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/55666

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