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Sonderband 74 / München - Berlin - Wien 2010

Sonderband 74 / München - Berlin - Wien 2010

Diachronic Slavonic Syntax

Gradual Changes in Focus

Björn Hansen, Jasmina Grković-Major (Ed.)

Linguistische Reihe - herausgegeben von Tilmann Reuther

 

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Preface, 5-6

H. Bartels (Cottbus), Das (diachrone) Textkorpus der niedersorbischen Schriftsprache als Grundlage für Sprachdokumentation und Sprachwandelforschung, 7-18

J.I. Bjørnflaten (Oslo), Grammaticalization Theory and the Formation of Gerunds in Russian, 19-28

M. Dočekal (Brno), Negative Concord: from Old Church Slavonic to Contemporary Czech, 29-39

H. Eckhoff and D. Haug (Oslo), Aligning Syntax in Early New Testament Texts: the PROIEL Corpus, 41-51

M. Fried (Princeton/Prague), A Construction Grammar Approach to Grammatical Change, 53-62

J. Grković-Major (Novi Sad), The Role of Syntactic Transitivity in the Development of Slavic Syntactic Structures, 63-74

B. Hansen (Regensburg), Constructional Aspects of the Rise of Epistemic Sentence Adverbs in Russian, 75-86

H. Jung (Seoul), Preconditions and Motivations in the Grammaticalization of the North Russian Be-perfect, 87-97

P. Karlĺk (Brno), Old Czech Adjectives with the Meaning of Passive Potentials, 99-107

A. Krasovitsky, M. Baerman, D. Brown, G.G. Corbett, P. Williams (Guildford), Morphosyntactic Change in Russian: A Corpus-based Approach, 109-119

M. Lazar (Hamburg), Placement of the Reflexive sja in Russian Business Writing, 212-130

J. McAnallen (Berkeley), Developments in Predicative Possession in the History of Slavic, 131-142

K. Migdalski (Wrocław/Connecticut), The Diachronic Syntax of Perfective Auxiliaries in Polish, 143-153

A. Rabus (Freiburg), Die Relavitisatoren im Ruthenischen, 155-168

G. Rappaport (Austin), The Grammaticalization of the Category Masculine Personal in West Slavic, 169-180

R. Večerka (Brno), Entwicklungsvoraussetzungen und Triebkräfte der slavischen Syntax, 181-194

L. Veselinova (Stockholm), Standard and Special Negators in the Slavonic Languages: Synchrony and Diachrony, 195-208