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Getting ‘do’ in Croatian. Goals, boundaries and more in prefixal semantics


Brala-Vukanović, Marija; Memišević, Anita
Getting ‘do’ in Croatian. Goals, boundaries and more in prefixal semantics // Zeitschrift fur slawistik, 57 (2012), 1; 71-92 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Getting ‘do’ in Croatian. Goals, boundaries and more in prefixal semantics

Autori
Brala-Vukanović, Marija ; Memišević, Anita

Izvornik
Zeitschrift fur slawistik (0044-3506) 57 (2012), 1; 71-92

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Prefix; Croatian; do; semantic network

Sažetak
The focus of this paper is on the semantics of the Croatian prefix ‘do-’, or, more specifically, on its contribution to the verbal semantics and the resulting network of senses realized by all the ‘do-’ prefixed verbs in standard Croatian. Following a brief review of the current most influential theoretical treatments of the semantics of the Croatian ‘do-’, which is complemented by a brief review of the analyses of ‘do-’ in Polish and Russian, the central portion of the paper is represented by a detailed and systematic analysis and of the semantic components but also syntactic requirements of all the ‘do-’ prefixed Croatian verbs. In the conclusive part of the paper the authors propose a semantic network accommodating all the senses expressed by Croatian ‘do-’ prefixed verbs, which is interestingly paralleled by systematic syntactic requirements of ‘do-’ prefixed verbs falling into different semantic subcategories.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija



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Projekt / tema
009-0000000-2661 - Kognitivna lingvistika i poučavanje engleskog jezika: prijedlozi i članovi (Marija Brala Vukanović, )

Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Rijeka

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