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Slovenski Glagol / Slovene Verb: A Morphological Manual and Dictionary of Slovene Verbs (English and Slovene Edition) ePub download

by R. Lecic

  • Author: R. Lecic
  • ISBN: 9616568140
  • ISBN13: 978-9616568142
  • ePub: 1617 kb | FB2: 1156 kb
  • Language: English Slovene
  • Category: Words Language & Grammar
  • Publisher: ZRC Publishing (September 2, 2005)
  • Pages: 268
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Slovenski Glagol / Slovene Verb: A Morphological Manual and Dictionary of Slovene Verbs (English and Slovene Edition) ePub download

Slovenski glagol: oblikoslovni priročnik in slovar slovenskih glagolov, Slovene Verb: A Morphological Manual and Dictionary of Slovene Verbs. Ljubljana: Založba ZRC, 2004. 268 p. SIT 4,070 (paper)

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This article describes the conjugation and use of verbs in Slovene. In Slovene, there are four tenses: The present tense (sedanjik), which considers events that are occurring. The past or preterite tense (preteklik), which considers events that occurred in the past.

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Slovene and foreign linguists have come across similar problems when analysing light verbs: several terms exist for these verbs and they are difficult to define and delimit. Scholars in English mostly discuss four light verbs, whereas there are hundreds of them in German and Slovene. Light verbs lose their full verbal meaning in at least one of their meanings or examples of use, but they preserve the characteristics of a verb, whereas the semantic emphasis is passed on to the particle.

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