Download PDF by Alan Timberlake: A Reference Grammar of Russian (Reference Grammars)

By Alan Timberlake

ISBN-10: 0511164467

ISBN-13: 9780511164460

This textbook describes and systematizes all facets of the grammar of Russian--including styles of orthography, sounds, inflection, syntax, tense-aspect-mood, observe order, and intonation. it really is particularly fascinated about the that means of combos of phrases (constructions) and the center proposal is that of the predicate heritage (a checklist of the states of entities via time and throughout possibilities). utilizing predicate histories, the e-book provides an built-in account of the semantics of verbs, nouns, case, and element. it's going to attract scholars, students and language pros attracted to Russian.

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Bondarko 1977 and Matusevich 1976 have comparable though less specific data. Sounds Fig. 1 vƒn ‘checkmate’ [mat⁄ ] (1850 Hz) (Fig. 2). This rise in F2 is written here with a directional subscript indicating fronting: [ƒö]. Because [ó] and [u]⁄ have lower values of F2 , the rise of F2 is quite precipitous in anticipation of the palatalized consonant of j vj´lt ‘about fashion’ [ mj´öd˛ ì], ,éhz ‘storm’ [bu5r˛⁄ ´]. C O N T E XT 3: C ¸ VC o : In the third context -- after a soft consonant before hard, as in vz´n ‘crumpled’ [m˛a5t]⁄ (Fig.

Polina Barskova was kind enough to serve as native speaker. Bondarko 1977 and Matusevich 1976 have comparable though less specific data. Sounds Fig. 1 vƒn ‘checkmate’ [mat⁄ ] (1850 Hz) (Fig. 2). This rise in F2 is written here with a directional subscript indicating fronting: [ƒö]. Because [ó] and [u]⁄ have lower values of F2 , the rise of F2 is quite precipitous in anticipation of the palatalized consonant of j vj´lt ‘about fashion’ [ mj´öd˛ ì], ,éhz ‘storm’ [bu5r˛⁄ ´]. C O N T E XT 3: C ¸ VC o : In the third context -- after a soft consonant before hard, as in vz´n ‘crumpled’ [m˛a5t]⁄ (Fig.

30 There is a gradation of possibilities, from regular [´] to regular [ì]. One phonological condition overrides other considerations. A following soft consonant evokes [ì], as in: Context 10 (Declension ins sg lth†dytq ‘village’ [n˛ ì8i]) and Context 12 (Declension {-†j} gen pl gtxƒktq ‘sorrows’ [pìc˛ ‹a55⁄l˛ìi8]). Also, [ì] has become usual since the beginning of the twentieth century in Context 6 (ins pl lth†dyzvb: previously [n˛ ´m˛ì], now [n˛ ìm˛ì]). Beyond this syntagmatic phonetic condition, the choice between [´] and [ì] depends on a paradigmatic condition -- on the vowel phones that occur in the given morpheme in other words.

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