By Irina Kor Chahine
This quantity represents an outline of present study on Slavic linguistics in Europe and North the US according to chosen papers provided throughout the sixth Annual assembly of the Slavic Linguistics Society (September 1-3, 2011, Aix-en-Provence, France). It comprises themes throughout quite a number linguistic fields (morphosyntax, syntax, and semantics) and discussions on particular facets of Slavic languages inside of a typological standpoint. the entire papers illustrate a number of methods, and every paper provides rigorous research of a suite of Slavic facts in the context of assorted types and facets of language. whereas the main target of the gathering is impersonal buildings in Slavic languages, the publication additionally comprises morphological issues, similar to reflexives, antipassive and evidential markers, syntactical family with 0 signal, auxiliary verbs and subordinate clauses, and semantics of nouns, adverbs and adjectives. the quantity may be of curiosity to all students learning Slavic languages in addition to these attracted to basic linguistics and linguistic typology.
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Current Studies in Slavic Linguistics by Irina Kor Chahine