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Anticiparea pronominală în română – originea și evoluția fenomenului

Publication: Philologica Jassyensia, XIII (1), Section Philologia Perennis, p. 65
Publisher:Institutul de Filologie Română „A. Philippide”
Abstract:[Pronominal Anticipation in Romanian – the Origin and Evolution of the Phenomenon]
The pronominal anticipation of the direct and indirect object in the Romance languages, especially in Balkan and Iberian Romance, seems to have appeared analogically to the pronominal repetition, introduced in the word order. It is also specific to the Balkan Sprachbund (possibly, under the influence of Balkan-Romance), where it is even more consequent and frequent, mainly in Macedonian, Aromanian and Albanian. The pronominal anticipation was registered in old Romanian already, yet it began to be avoided in literary Romanian, notably in formal (legal, scientific) and religious texts. However, in the contemporary written language, it becomes more consequent, or even compulsory, and also more frequent, due to the extension of the semantic criteria of its usage, especially in case of the indirect object. This also applies to the religious language, which can be easily demonstrated by the comparison of the successive Bible translations from the last centuries.
Key words:clitic doubling, pronominal anticipation, Romanian
Language: Romanian

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