• Publisher Федеральное государственное унитарное предприятие Академический научно-издательский, производственно-полиграфический и книгораспространительский центр Наука
  • Country Россия
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Does Russian imperfective have repetitive (frequentative / iterative / habitual) meaning?

Xrakovskij Viktor S.

The paper suggests that, apart from actual-durative meanings, imperfective grammemes in Russian can also express non-actual durative meanings that are inherent in imperfective aspect grammemes in repetition contexts. As for repetition meanings themselves, they are expressed in the context or even in the pretext.

Evidential markers in Selkup: Semantic and pragmatic factors in the description of verbal categories

Urmancieva Anna Ju.

The paper investigates the evidential system of Northern Selkup dialects. The system is quite peculiar in some aspects: for example, situations percepted visually are marked by the suffix of indirect evidentiality - thus, from a traditional perspective, that means that directly witnessed situations are marked in the same way as not-witnessed. First of all, the functions of all Selkup evidential markers are described in the paper. Than, I argue that the semantic motivation for such a peculiar use of evidential markers does exist.

Infinitive vs. ctoby-clause: Choosing the strategy of sentential argument marking in Russian

Pekelis Ol'ga E.

In this paper we are concerned with the factors underlying the opposition of infinitive and subjunctive complement clauses in Russian. We discuss two classes of complement-taking predicates -manipulative and desiderative predicates, arguing that the choice of infinitive vs. subjunctive can be explained for these predicates by the «binding hierarchy» [Givon 1980], but that the very sense of «binding» needs to be somewhat revised in order to fit the Russian data.

International symposium "The prospective as a grammatical category: Evidence from Turkic, Iranian and beyond"

Vydrin Arsenij P.

Ju.V. Slozenikina. Basics of terminology: Linguistic aspects of the theory of terminology. М.: URSS, 2013

Suprun Vasilij I.

Morphological description as calculus

Xolodovic Aleksandr A.

These lectures of Professor Alexander Xolodovich were delivered in 1969/1970 academic year in the Leningrad state university, and contain a theory of language morphology as a calculus (calculating classification) based on the axiom of linguistic sign and exploring eventual methods of producing new morphological units through operations on semantics, syntactics, morphemic structure and phonology of the basic unit.

Polysemous words in and out of the context

Iomdin Boris L.

The paper discusses various techniques of discovering and describing lexical ambiguity. This is one of the top issues in computational linguistics. A variety of techniques are used for word sense disambiguation, but all of them are based on context. Yet, studying how word senses work without context and what patterns of polysemous words could be found in speakers' minds also seems an interesting and important issue. The main approaches to WSD with or without context (in narrow and broad sense, including the situational context) are evaluated. The importance of corpora in discovering word senses is substantiated. New experimental data are presented, which allow defining subsets of senses for polysemous words for different speakers and rating the senses in the dictionary. Finally, the paper proposes to distinguish between absolute and relative polysemy and to search for ways of their adequate lexicographic description.

Sokyrtaga "blind ram" and sorykjol "sheep''s leg": On the etymology of the names of a Mari game and festival

Kljuceva Marija A.

The names of the blindman's buff game used by Finno-Ugric and Turkic peoples of the Volga-Kama region (Sokyr-taga «Blind ram») are compared, the cognate terms for Yuletide during which this game is played are studied; the etymology of the Mari winter holiday-name Shoryk-yol is also proposed.

The history of linguistics at XIX International linguistic congress

Kuznecov Valerij G.

The system of pluperfect forms in Shapsug dialect of Adyghe

Arkad'ev Petr M.

The paper discusses the system of verbal forms of the Shapsug dialect of Adyghe (Western branch of the North-Caucasian language family) expressing the semantics of {{discontinuous past» (pluperfect). A detailed study of the semantics of the pluperfect forms in both temporal and atemporal uses is presented. From the typological point of view, the Shapsug system is non-trivial in that it distinguishes between perfective, imperfective, and irrealis types of pluperfect.

U.T. Fitch. The evolution of language / Translated from English and edited by E.N. Panov, afterword by E.N. Panov and A.D. Koselev. M.: Languages of Russian culture, 2013

Kozincev Aleksandr G.

XLV Vinogradov readings at MSU

Onipenko Nadezda K., Nikitina Elena N.



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