ERIC Number: ED030854
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Publication Date: 1969
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A Morpho-Syntactic Characterization of the Modern Slavic Languages.
Bidwell, Charles E.
This study examines the ten major contemporary standard Slavic languages (Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, Bielorussian, Czech, Slovak, Serbo-Croatian, Macedonian, Slovenian, and Bulgarian) from the point of view of their similarities and differences in morpho-syntactic structure. Areas examined include: vowel and consonant systems, morphophonemics, suprasegmental phonology, and morpho-syntax (nominal words, the verb, the sentence, concord, interrogatives, the syntactic function of case, and embedded sentences). At the end of this study a typological grouping is given. (DO)
Descriptors: Adjectives, Case (Grammar), Consonants, Contrastive Linguistics, Determiners (Languages), Language Typology, Morphology (Languages), Morphophonemics, Nouns, Phonology, Pronouns, Sentence Structure, Slavic Languages, Standard Spoken Usage, Structural Linguistics, Suprasegmentals, Syntax, Transformational Generative Grammar, Verbs, Vowels
Center for International Studies, Social Science Building, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213 ($1.50 Payable to the University of Pittsburgh).
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Authoring Institution: Pittsburgh Univ., PA. University Center for International Studies.