A Reference Grammar of Russian

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Cambridge University Press, 22 janv. 2004 - 503 pages
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A Reference Grammar of Russian describes and systematizes all aspects of the grammar of Russian: patterns of orthography, sounds, inflection, syntax, tense-aspect-mood, word order, and intonation. It is especially concerned with the meaning of combinations of words (constructions). The core concept is that of the predicate history: a record of the states of entities through time and across possibilities. Using predicate histories, the book presents an integrated account of the semantics of verbs, nouns, case, and aspect. It will appeal to STUDENTS, SCHOLARS AND LANGUAGE PROFESSIONALS INTERESTED IN Russian.
  

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Table des matières

Russian
1
Sounds
28
Inflectional morphology
92
Arguments
159
Predicates and arguments
270
Mood tense and aspect
371
The presentation of information
444
Bibliography
473
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Alan Timberlake is Professor of Slavic linguistics at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of The Nominative Object in Slavic, Baltic, and West Finnic (1974).

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