Tense and Aspect in Indo-European Languages: Theory, typology, diachrony (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory) ebook
by Vit Bubenik,John Hewson
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The authors relate tense and aspect to underlying cognitive processes. In Morphology and Meaning, pp. 3 ff. SALAKHYAN, ELENA. The book holds much of interest for the general Indo-Europeanist and theoretician alike, and will certainly find service as an important reference work. Paul J. Sidwell, Australian National University. This is an important study, both for the conceptual framework it proposes for the analysis of tense and aspect and for the wealth of data it discusses. The emergence of Eastern European English. World Englishes 31:3 pp. 331 ff. Sasse, Hans-Jürgen.
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John Hewson, Vit Bubenik. This monograph presents a general picture of the evolution of IE verbal systems within a coherent cognitive framework. The nineteen chapters cover first the ancient documentation, then those families whose historical data are from a more recent date.
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Finally, debates in linguistic theory are resumed in the work on syntax and semantics within both a Minimalist .
Finally, debates in linguistic theory are resumed in the work on syntax and semantics within both a Minimalist perspective and an Optimality framework.
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Theory, typology and diachrony. John Hewson & Vit Bubenik.
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Papers presented at the Workshop on Indo-European linguistics at the 18th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Montreal, 2007, ed. by Vit Bubenik, John Hewson and Sarah Rose, 123–140. Current Issues in Theoretical Linguistics, 30. Amsterdam–Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Partial Accent loss in Slavic and Baltic. Studies in Stratigraphy (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 239) ed. Slavic and the Indo-European migrations.