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Der aspektuale Bezugsmoment als linguistische Grundlage fuer die Beschreibung und Vermittlung des russische Verbalaspekts

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Book Series: Specimina philologiae Slavicae ISBN: 9783876907840 Year: Pages: 231 Language: German
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group
Subject: Linguistics
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With the present publication on the aspeclual reference moment, the author returns to a problem that occupied the science more than three decades ago (Schlegel 1970, 1971, Scheljakin / Schlegel 1970) and has not let go since then. At that time it was a matter of a special aspect theory that would reduce the functioning of the Russian aspect to a simple principle and make the non-Slavic foreign language teacher understand it, but in the meantime it has entered into a general aspect theory - supplemented by a theory of terminativity / terminarity (T. / AT), embedded in a theory of aspectuality (Schlegel 1999 [1977]). Since the first elaborations, the field of vision has widened, the reference moment has been used (...) as a "point of reference", as a "viewing time", as a "psychic now" in the description of languages ​​other than Russian. The theory of the reference moment has a great explanatory potential for foreign language teaching in advanced learners.

Diskontinuitaet und Tradition im System der tschechischen Anredepronomina (1700-1850)

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Book Series: Slavistische Beitraege ISBN: 9783876907543 Year: Pages: 198 Language: German
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group
Subject: Linguistics
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As a prerequisite for further interpretations, the present study will first cover the data of the investigated development in a comprehensive source analysis. These linguistic historical data can then be related to the background of external linguistic history and general typological assumptions about the development of styling systems. In addition, the peculiarities of Czech development should be made clear by comparison with the corresponding developments in Polish and German. On this basis, an overall characteristic of the development of the pronominal salutation in Czech and an assessment of the role of National Rebirth will be attempted.

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