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Why kratnosť? On Russian Factual Imperfectives Olav Mueller-Reichau Leipzig University Abstract This paper is about a classic question of Russian aspectology. Why does the factual reading of the imperfective require the verbal predication to express a repeatable event? Or, which is the same: How comes that factual imperfectives can only be realized in contexts that support the feature ‘kratnosť’?1 Different answers that have been given to that question will be discussed, and a decision will be made in favor of the following one: The kratnosť

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Lutz Götze, Patricia Mueller-Liu and Salifou Traoré

Während kontrastive Grammatiken seit langer Zeit existieren, sind Überlegungen zu kulturkontrastiven Grammatiken neu. Grundlagen liefern sowohl Ideen Wilhelm von Humboldts zu unterschiedlichen Weltansichten und Gedanken Ernst Cassirers zur Symbolkraft der Sprache einerseits wie andererseits – in Auseinandersetzung mit dem sprachlichen Determinismus – die Kognitive Anthropologie und Ethnosemantik, deren Vertreter vor allem Dell Hymes und Erving Goffman sind. Eine kulturkontrastive Grammatik in unserem Sinne vergleicht die deutsche Sprache mit europäischen, afrikanischen und asiatischen Sprachen nicht nur linguistisch, sondern vor dem Hintergrund kultureller Normen und Traditionen, die die sprachlichen Ausdrucksmittel prägen und unterschiedliche Weltansichten bedingen.
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Slavic Grammar from a Formal Perspective

The 10th Anniversary FDSL Conference, Leipzig 2013

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Edited by Gerhild Zybatow, Petr Biskup, Marcel Guhl, Claudia Hurtig, Olav Mueller-Reichau and Maria Yastrebova

The proceedings of the 10 th European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages in Leipzig 2013 offer current formal investigations into Slavic morphology, phonology, semantics, syntax and information structure. In addition to papers of the main conference, the volume presents those of two special workshops: «Formal Perspectives and Diachronic Change in Slavic Languages» and «Various Aspects of Heritage Language». The following languages are addressed: Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (BCS), Bulgarian, Czech, Macedonian, Old Church Slavonic, Polish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Resian, Slovak and Slovene.
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Tatjana Marvin & Adrian Stegovec A Note on Slovenian Ditransitives.................................................................... 149 Natalia Mitrofanova & Serge Minor The Syntax and Semantics of Directional Axial Expressions in Russian......... 171 Table of Contents 6 Olav Mueller-Reichau Why kratnost’? On Russian Factual Imperfectives .......................................... 191 Hagen Pitsch Verb Stems in Russian and BYT’ ..................................................................... 211 Stanimir Rakić Trochaic Lengthening in

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Croatian language and linguistics, Zagreb Klára Jágrová Saarland University Keren Khrizman Heinrich-Heine-University of Düsseldorf Peter Kosta University of Potsdam Marijana Marelj UiL OTS, Utrecht University Franc Lanko Marušič Univerza v Novi Gorici Olav Mueller-Reichau Leipzig University Andrew Murphy University of Leipzig Nikola Paillereau Laboratory of Phonetics and Phonology, CNRS Paris, Charles University Prague Hagen Pitsch University of Goettingen Gergana Popova Goldsmiths, University of London Susan Rothstein Bar-Ilan University Jelena Runić Johns Hopkins

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Mueller-Reichau, Vladimír Petkevič, Chris Piñón, Ljiljana Progovac, Adam Przepiórkowski, María Luisa Rivero, Tobias Scheer, Maaike Schoorlemmer, Barbara Sonnenhauser, Sandra Stjepanović, Luka Szucsich, Radek Šimík, Jochen Trommer, Helen Trugman, Lída Veselovská, Jacek Witkoś, Ilse Zimmermann, Larisa Zlatić, and Rok Žaucer. We very much appreciate the effort that they made in the interest of a successful conference and valuable proceedings. Thanks are also due to all contributors to the proceedings for their work and their keeping the deadlines. We would

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.................................................. 229 Margarita Dimitrova Bulgarian Yes-No Questions – Clitic li and Polarity Items .............................. 243 Polish Jacek Witkoś On Accusative Numeral Subject in Polish ......................................................... 259 Olav Mueller-Reichau On Concealed Properties in Polish Perfective Generics .................................. 273 Anna Bondaruk Is the Modal dać + się + Infinitive Structure in Polish Inchoative? ................ 291 Russian Egor Tsedryk (Cor)relativization as a By-Product of Wh-Probing: The Case of Russian .... 309 Keren

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Mueller who has been very professional and supportive throughout the whole editing process and provided helpful and detailed comments on how to get it right. A special thanks also goes to Ms Martina Fierz who helped me through the final stage of my work. I am also grateful to my friends and colleagues for the continuous support and encouragement and especially for their friendship. Last but not least, I would like to express my gratitude to my brothers and sisters-in-law for all their invaluable support throughout this research and for making my life

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in Jena seit 2009 Lektorin für die deutsche und englische Sprache an Kroatischen Studien der Universität Zagreb. E-Mail: lmiskulin@hrstud.hr 190 Die Autorinnen und Autoren Christina Margit Müller ist Forschungsstipendiatin im Doktoratsprogramm »Sprache als soziale und kulturelle Praxis« im Forschungsmodul »Öffentliche und private Kommunikation in den Neuen Medien« des Schweizerischen Na- tionalfonds. Forschungsschwerpunkte sind Kommunikation in den neuen Me- dien und Dialektologie. E-Mail: christina.mueller@ds.uzh.ch Jens Runkehl ist Wissenschaftlicher

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»Öffentliche und private Kommunikation in den Neuen Medien« des Schweizerischen Na- tionalfonds. Forschungsschwerpunkte sind (multimodale) Kommunikation in den neuen Medien und Dialektologie. E-Mail: christina.mueller@ds.uzh.ch Dr. habil. Peter Schlobinski ist Professor für germanistische Linguistik am Deutschen Seminar an der Leibniz Universität Hannover. Seine Arbeits- schwerpunkte sind Deutsche Grammatik und Gegenwartssprache, Deutsch- didaktik, Empirische Sprachwissenschaft, Soziolinguistik und Kontrastive Linguistik. E-Mail: pschlobi@uos.de Dr. Larissa Shchipitsina