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Formal Studies in Slavic Linguistics

Proceedings of Formal Description of Slavic Languages 7.5

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Gerhild Zybatow, Philip Dudchuk, Serge Minor and Ekaterina Pshehotskaya

Contents: John Bailyn: Kinds of Derivational Binding – Željko Bošković: Conjunct-Sensitive Agreement: Serbo-Croatian vs. Russian – Federico Damonte/Jacopo Garzonio: Čtoby and Mood Agreement in Russian – Patrycja Jabłońska: On the Source of Parochialism in Case Transmission – Konstantin Kazenin: Russian Gapping: Against ATB – Franc Marušič/Rok Žaucer: Clitic Doubling in a Determinerless Language with Second Position Clitics – Ora Matushansky: Russian Predicate Case, encore – Olga Mitrenina: Correlatives: Evidence from Russian – Olga Steriopolo/Martina Wiltschko: Distributed Gender Hypothesis – Valentina Apresjan: From ‘Truth’ to Concessives: Semantic Development – Elizaveta Bylinina: Depreciative Indefinites: Evidence from Russian – Alexander Letuchiy: Russian ‘Double Reciprocals’ – Jonathan E. MacDonald/Angelina Markova: Variation and Bulgarian Inner Aspect – Helen Trugman: Modifiers of Bare Nouns in Russian – Philip Dudchuk: A Note on Russian Result States – Aritz Irurtzun/Nerea Madariaga: On the Syntax and Semantics of DP Internal Scrambling in Russian – Julia Kuznetsova/Ekaterina Rakhilina: Russian Depictives and Agreeings – Elena Paducheva: Diatheses of a Russian Mental Verb: Direct and Parametrical – Natalia Slioussar: Relational IS Notions.