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Un regard diachronique sur le marquage différentiel de l’objet en roumain

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Publication: Revue roumaine de linguistique, LIV (1-2), p. 65-93
p-ISSN:0035-3957
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Place:București
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Abstract:The use of the preposition pe with the Direct Object (DO) in Romanian is an instance of Differential Object Marking (DOM), which is crosslinguisticaly a widespread phenomenon. This paper pursues one of our earlier works (see Mardale 2008) and analyzes the distribution of DOM in Old Romanian with respect to the parameter’s hierarchy proposed by Aissen (2003). In the line of Dimitrescu (1960) and Diaconescu (1970) a. o., it will be shown that – with the exception of DOs realized as (personal) pronouns or as animated proper nouns (which represent the highest scale of Aissen’s hierarchy) – the use of DOM with other nominal categories is very heterogeneous and fluctuant, over the centuries and the types of texts. A special attention will be payed to the examination of the first Romanian texts (i.e., 16th century), because of their foreign influence.
Language: French
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Citations to this publication: 5

0Larisa Avram, Rodica ZafiuSemantic hierarchies in the diachronic evolution of differential object marking in RomanianDindelegan, 292017
1Alexandru MardaleDifferential Object Marking in the First Original Romanian TextsDPs, 2002015
2Cristina Ciovârnache, Larisa AvramSpecificity and Animacy in the Acquisition of DOM in Persian as L2RRL, LVIII (4), 419-4382013pdf
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40Gheorghe Chivu, Gabriela Pană Dindelegan, Adina Dragomirescu, Isabela Nedelcu, Irina Nicula Paraschiv (ed.)Studii de istorie a limbii române
Morfosintaxa limbii literare în secolele al XIX-lea și al XX-lea
Editura Academiei2012, 2015
17Alexandra Cornilescu, Alexandru NicolaeNominal Peripheries and Phase Structure in the Romanian DPRRL, LVI (1), 35-682011pdf
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