A Handbook of Slavic Clitics
Oxford University Press, Mar 23, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 424 pages
Clitics are grammatical elements that are treated as independent words in syntax but form a phonological unit with the word that precedes or follows it. This volume brings together the facts about clitics in the Slavic languages, where they have become a focal points of recent research. The authors draw relevant generalizations across the Slavic languages and highlight the importance of these phenomena for linguistic theory.
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2P clitics accusative analysis argue argument aux.1PL aux.1SG Bg and Mac Bošković clause clitic auxiliary clitic climbing clitic cluster clitic doubling clitic forms clitic placement clitic system clitics appear clitics precede complementizer cond constituent copula DAT it.ACC dative clitic dialects discussed ellipsis enclitic examples fact finite verb full forms functional heads genitive gerundive Halpern him.ACC host the clitics indirect object inflectional initial position it.ACC Ivan Jovan jsem knigata knjigu lexical LSor Marija maximal projection Mišeska-Tomić morphological negation negative marker nonclitic noun phrase participle person markers phonological prepositions proclitic Progovac pronominal clitics pronouns prosodic word refl refl.ACC reflexive clitic Rivero Rudin second position sentence simple clitics Sl languages Slavic clitics Slavic languages speakers special clitics split stress syntactic syntax tense them.ACC Toman ungrammatical USor verb-adjacent clitics verbal auxiliary clitics yesterday you.DAT
Page vi - The publication of this volume was made possible in part through the financial assistance of the Indiana University Russian and East European Institute through their Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Endowment, and a subvention from the Dragan Plamenac Publication Endowment Fund of the American Musicological Society.
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