Contributions of the Eighth International Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages – FDSL VIII 2009 University of Potsdam, December 2-5, 2009
Edited By Peter Kosta and Lilia Schürcks
Table of Contents
Preface 9 I. Phonetics & Phonology 11 ALEŠ BIAN: Structure of Syllables in Czech 13 MAGORZATA AVAR: Merger of the Place Contrast in the Posterior Sibilants in Croatian 29 ONDEJ ŠEVÍK: Features of Common Slavic Ablaut Alternation 43 II. Machine Translation 55 NATALYA KLYUEVA, PETR HOMOLA & ONDEJ BOJAR: Towards a Rule-Based Machine Translation System between Czech and Russian 57 III. Semantics 65 ZHANNA GLUSHAN: On Animacy and Unaccusativity in Russian 67 ELENA GORISHNEVA: Inductive vs. Non-Inductive Generics in Russian and Bulgarian 81 BEATA TRAWISKI: A Compositional Semantics for Comitative Constructions 93 IV. Syntax 109 ANDREI ANTONENKO: Binding by Phases: Principle A in Russian 111 STEVEN FRANKS: Dynamic Spell-Out as Interface Optimization 127 ELENA GORISHNEVA & ILSE ZIMMERMANN: Wh-Words and the Indefinite Particle -to in Russian 165 HANA GRUET-SKRABALOVA: Czech questions with two wh-words 179 GAŠPER ILC: Optionality of the Genitive (of Negation) in Slovene 193 KATARZYNA JANIC: On development of antipassive function: what do Australian and Slavonic languages have in common? 207 SLAVICA KOCHOVSKA: Dislocated Direct Objects in Macedonian 221 PETER KOSTA: Causatives and Anti-Causatives, Unaccusatives and Unergatives: Or how big is the contribution of the lexicon to syntax? 235 ALEXANDER LETUCHIY: Reciprocity and similar meanings in Slavic languages and SAE 297 NINA RADKEVICH: PPs of Different Sizes 315 TANYA SCOTT: Multiple Sluicing: A purely syntactic account 329 JOANNA MIECISKA: Wh-scope marking strategies in Polish 339 NATASHA TODOROVICH: How many da(s) are there in Serbian? 351 HANNU TOMMOLA: On Slavic and Finno-Ugric vs. Standard Average European 365 ROK ŽAUCER:...
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