Original scientific article
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Par – nepar – aspektni par

Zrinka Kolaković
E-mail: Zrinka.Kolakovic@aau.at
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1615-021X
Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt Institut für Slawistik
Abstract: Na postojanje prijepora u svezi s terminom „aspektni par“ upućuju čak i sami aspektolozi u svojim radovima (v. npr. Janda 2007a; 2007b; 2008; Zaliznjak i dr. 2010; Gorbova 2011). U kroatističkoj se tr...

Original scientific article
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English aspectual particles are of two types

Milada Walková
E-mail: mwalkova@yahoo.com
Technical University of Košice
Abstract: The paper presents a corpus-based study of English aspectual particle verbs. The standard view (Brinton 1985) is that particles mark telicity; a more recent account argues that particles are comparati...

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Orphan prefixes and the grammaticalization of aspect in South Slavic

Stephen M. Dickey
E-mail: smd@ku.edu
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Kansas
Abstract: This paper establishes the term ORPHAN PREFIX for a Slavic prefix that no longer shares a dominant spatial meaning with its cognate preposition. Most Slavic prefixes do share such a dominant spatial m...

Original scientific article
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Aspect use in the imperative and the prescriptive infinitive in recipes in Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian and Russian: A comparative account

Silje Susanne Alvestad
E-mail: s.s.alvestad@ilos.uio.no
Universitetet i Oslo
Abstract: In this article, I present the results of a comparative study of the use of aspect in Bosnian (Bn), Croatian (Hr), Serbian (Sr) and Russian (Ru) imperatives and prescriptive infinitives—infinitives us...

Original scientific article
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Metonymy and lexical aspect in English and French

Klaus-Uwe Panther
E-mail: panther@uni-hamburg.de
Department of English and American Studies, Hamburg University

Linda L. Thornburg
Department of English and American Studies, Hamburg University
Abstract: In this paper we provide evidence that conceptual metonymies are cross-linguistically significant in the coding of verbal aspect. Guillemin- Flescher (1981: Ch. 2), in an important contrastive study o...

Original scientific article
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The social aspect of the discourse-semantic appraisal model in British advertisements: The category of attitude

Agata Križan
E-mail: agata.krizan@um.si
Sveučilište u Mariboru
Abstract: The paper examines the language of attitudinal appraisal and its occurrence in the texts of 200 randomly selected contemporary print advertisements from British magazines with a predominantly female r...

Preliminary communication
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Towards a new future in (West and East) Slavonic?

Alexander Andrason
E-mail: aleksand@hi.is
University of Cape Town
Abstract: This article demonstrates that the rule according to which perfective verbs are incompatible with the future auxiliary ‘be’ in West and East Slavonic languages is less strict than has been claimed in ...