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Aspectuele paarvorming in het Pools (met een samenvatting in het Nederlands, en een samenvatting in het Pools)

by Anna Katarzyna MЕ‚ynarczyk

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Published by LOT in Utrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aspekt ,
  • Verb,
  • Polish language,
  • Aspect

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAspectuele paarvorming in het Pools
    Statementdoor Anna Katarzyna Młynarczyk
    SeriesLOT -- 87, LOT international series -- v. 87.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPG6306 .M59 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination206 p.
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27018495M
    ISBN 109076864489
    ISBN 109789076864488
    OCLC/WorldCa56617004

    Aspect is a grammatical category that expresses how an action, event, or state, denoted by a verb, extends over time. Perfective aspect is used in referring to an event conceived as bounded and unitary, without reference to any flow of time during ("I helped him"). Imperfective aspect is used for situations conceived as existing continuously or repetitively as time flows ("I was helping him.   I apologize that this is for Polish rather than Slovak and Swan's description here may strike you as being similar to how he describes things in "Beginning Slovak". However the generalities and the guidelines that he presents for Polish are largely applicable to how aspectual .

      The experimenter told the child participants that she had dropped the picture book on the way to kindergarten and now some of the pictures were missing. CSLI Publications, Stanford, pp. 29– Młynarczyk, A., Aspectual pairing in Polish. Doctoral dissertation, UiL OTS, Utrecht University. Moens, M., Tense, aspect and temporal. Particularly, some verbal forms (like infinitive) cannot distinguish tense but they still distinguish aspect. Here is the list of Polish verb forms formed by both imperfective and perfective verbs (such a list is similar in other Slavic languages). The example is an imperfective and a perfective Polish verb with the meaning 'to write'.

    Book Part: Publisher: especially nowadays also whether two verbs with the same lexical meaning that differ only in aspect form a so-called aspectual pair. This state of affairs does not actually do justice to the many significant but often ‘regular’ variations that occur in association with aspect. (all) Polish . 本页面最后修订于年4月17日 (星期三) 。 本站的全部文字在知识共享 署名-相同方式共享 协议 之条款下提供,附加条款亦可能应用。 (请参阅使用条款) Wikipedia®和维基百科标志是维基媒体基金会的注册商标;维基™是维基媒体基金会的商标。 维基媒体基金会是按美国国內稅收法(c)(3 Missing: Polish  book.


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Aspectual pairing in Polish = by Anna Katarzyna MЕ‚ynarczyk Download PDF EPUB FB2

Download this book as a free Open Access fulltext PDF. cover. fulltext. Aspectual Pairing in Polish. The received view on Slavic aspect is that it is intrinsically complex, and that there is little hope of discerning any substantial regularity. We argue that this view is mistaken.

We argue that the vast majority of Polish verbs really do come Cited by: The pair pisa´c/napisa´c is the first example in this thesis of a Polish aspectual pair.

Now, the native English speaker who has never encountered Polish before may feel 2 In the second sentence Piotr is written Piotrowi because the verb wierzy needs its argument in the dative case.

Czochralski’s book is without a doubt the single most. We introduce a classification of Polish verbs that pins down the mechanism of aspectual pairing in Polish.

Our classification is formationally-driven: we divide Polish verbs into basic five classes on the basis of the patterns of aspectual affixation they enter into (we call affixes used for aspectual purposes formants).Cited by: a mysterious process, aspectual pairing in Polish is simple and regular.

We introduce a classification of Polish verbs that pins down the mechanism of aspectual pairing in by: Aspectual Pairing in Polish The received view on Slavic aspect is that it is intrinsically complex, and that there is little hope of discerning any substantial regularity.

We argue that this view is mistaken. Aspectual Pairing in Polish Aspectuele Paarvorming in het Pools (met een samenvatting in het Nederlands, en een samenvatting in het Pools) Proefschrift ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor aan de Universiteit Utrecht op gezag van de Rector Magnificus, Prof.

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PhD dissertation, Utrecht University. The paper presents the results of a study of Polish perfectivizing prefixes and their combinations based on bilingual electronic dictionaries and data from the National Corpus of Polish.

A dedicated corpus search engine used in the study makes it possible to find verbal prefixes within a near context of homonymous prepositions and thus to determine the extent to which the prefix meaning is.

Towards a Polish-Japanese contrastive semantics of aspect and Aktionsart 3/24 Aspect and Aktionsart in Polish Aspectual pairing: perfective – imperfective (Pol. tryb dokonany – tryb niedokonany), e.g.: (i) Janek uczył się, ale się nie nauczył. The problems in aspectual pairing often occur when the "pair" are sometimes completely different from one another, e.g.

"brać"/"b(ier)ać" = to take vs."wziąć", also meaning to take, only perfective and which furthermore can ONLY be used in the imperative (since a command by its very nature only occurs at that one given moment, WĘŹ. (Take.!). Part of the Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics book series (SITP, volume 32) Keywords Formal Aspectual Pairing in Polish.

PhD dissertation, Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS. Google Scholar. Moens, M., & Steedman, M. Temporal ontology in natural language. in the reference book on Polish conjugation (Saloni ). In Figure 8 we quote. aspectual pair): In SGJP the paradigms are derived separately for each lexeme, as well as for.

Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-viii. PDF. Issues and Interfaces in the Study of Aspect. Paula Kempchinsky, Roumyana Slabakova. L2 Acquisition of Aspectual Distinctions in Polish. Martyna Kozlowska-Macgregor. Pages Aspect Lost, Aspect Regained.

Asya Pereltsvaig. Pages. ასპექტი — გრამატიკული კატეგორია, რომელიც გვიჩვენებს Missing: Polish. Grammatical aspect and the lexical representation of Polish verbs Grammatical aspect and the lexical representation of Polish verbs Bloch-Trojnar, Maria feature matrices, are post-syntactic, and take place in an autonomous Morphological Spelling Component.

1 It is a theory of morphology which is built into a modular non-isomorphic architecture of grammar. Our data support the minimal marking tendency, since in both English and Polish marked forms of VPs restrict the interpretation of their subject NPs to the existential (that is non-generic) one.

On the other hand, the minimal marking tendency explains otherwise highly unexpected pairing of progressive and perfective forms. 87 'Aspectual Pairing in Polish' by Anna Mlynarczyk 86 'The Morphosyntax of Argument Realization: Greek Argument Structure and the Lexicon-Syntax Interface' by Dimitra Papangeli 85 'The Phonological Word in Tilburg Dutch' by Francine Swets 84 'Plural pronominal anaphora in context' by Rick Nouwen 83 'Scrambling Unscrambled' by V ronique van.

This paper deals with an interesting problem of circumfixed causatives in Polish, which do not behave with respect to anticausatives in the way causative structures function in other (European) languages. This subclass of causatives does not have corresponding synthetic (single-word) anticausatives, while other causatives in Polish possess such correspondents.

In linguistics, the grammatical aspect of a verb is a grammatical category that defines the temporal flow (or lack thereof) in a given action, event, or state, from the point of view of the speaker. A basic distinction is with regard to whether the speaker looks at a situation as bounded and unitary, without reference to any flow of time during the situation ("I ate"), or with no reference to.

What makes Russian bi-aspectual verbs special. Perfectives, imperfectives and the Croatian present tense; Conflicting epistemic meanings of the Polish aspectual variants in past and in future uses: are they a vagary of grammar.

Conjunctions, verb forms, and epistemic stance in Polish and Serbian predictive conditionals. Aspectual Pairing in Polish: Anna K. Mlynarczyk: Apr A Mixed Methods Approach to Identity, Investment, and Language Learning in Study Abroad: The Case of Erasmus Students in Finland, Romania, and Catalonia: Vasi Mocanu: NovThe results from aspectual comprehension experiments with Dutch, Italian and Polish L1 learners reveal that both form and meaning properties affect the acquisition path and lead to developmentally.In linguistics, the grammatical aspect of a verb defines the temporal flow (or lack thereof) in the described event or state.

For example, in English the difference between "I swim" and "I am swimming" is a difference of aspect. Aspect, as discussed here, is a "formal" property of a languages distinguish a large number of formal aspects (see the list below), while others.