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ERIC Number: ED010682
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Sep
Pages: 27
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THE MORPHO-SYNTACTIC TYPOLOGY OF THE SLAVIC LANGUAGES.
BIDWELL, CHARLES E.
THIS PAPER STATES THE COMMON GRAMMATICAL FEATURES OF SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND MENTIONS MINOR VARIATIONS FROM THE PATTERN, AS THEY EXIST IN THE SEPARATE LANGUAGES AND DIALECTS. THE AUTHOR DESCRIBES BOTH COMPONENTS OF SENTENCES AND THE ORDERING OF THESE COMPONENTS. THE BASIC KERNEL SENTENCES ARE LISTED WITH THE TYPES OF CONSTITUENTS OCCURRING IN THEM, AS WELL AS THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY OCCUR. TYPES OF SENTENCES AND CLAUSES, AND WAYS OF FORMING QUESTIONS AND INDICATING NEGATION AND AGREEMENT ARE ALL CONSIDERED IN SOME DETAIL. THE AUTHOR ALSO INDICATES THE WAYS IN WHICH THE SLAVIC GROUPS (EAST, WEST, AND SOUTH SLAVIC) DIFFER FROM EACH OTHER. (KL)
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