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Author Olander, Thomas, 1974-

Title Proto-Slavic inflectional morphology : a comparative handbook / by Thomas Olander
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2015]
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Series Brill's Studies in Indo-European Languages & Linguistics ; 14
Brill's studies in Indo-European languages & linguistics ; 14
Contents 3.6 Dative Singular3.7 Instrumental Singular; 3.8 Locative Singular; 3.9 Vocative Singular; 3.10 Nominative-accusative Dual; 3.11 Genitive-Locative Dual; 3.12 Dative-Instrumental Dual; 3.13 Nominative( -Accusative) Plural; 3.14 Accusative Plural; 3.15 Genitive Plural; 3.16 Dative Plural; 3.17 Instrumental Plural; 3.18 Locative Plural; Chapter 4 Verbal Inflection; 4.1 Introductory Remarks; 4.2 Paradigm Types; 4.3 Present First-Person Singular; 4.4 Preterite First-Person Singular; 4.5 (Thematic) Imperative First-Person Singular; 4.6 Present Second-Person Singular
4.7 Preterite Second-Person Singular4.8 Imperative Second-Person Singular; 4.9 Present Third-Person Singular; 4.10 Preterite Third-Person Singular; 4.11 Imperative Third-Person Singular; 4.12 First-Person Dual; 4.13 Second-Person Dual; 4.14 Third-Person Dual; 4.15 First-Person Plural; 4.16 Second-Person Plural; 4.17 Present Third-Person Plural; 4.18 Preterite Third-Person Plural; Chapter 5 Concluding Remarks; Bibliography; Index
Summary Proto-Slavic, the reconstructed ancestor of the Slavic languages, presents a rich inflectional system inherited from Proto-Indo-European. In this handbook all the inflectional endings of Proto-Slavic are traced back to Proto-Indo-European through a systematic comparison with the corresponding forms in related languages.0Applying a redefinition of Proto-Slavic based on prehistoric loanword relations with neighbouring non-Slavic languages, Thomas Olander provides a new look at the Proto-Slavic inflectional system. The systematic, coherent and exhaustive approach laid out in the handbook paves the way for new solutions to long-standing problems of Slavic historical grammar
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Proto-Slavic language -- Inflection.
Proto-Slavic language -- Morphology.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9004270507 (electronic bk.)
9789004270503 (electronic bk.)