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Aspecte ale realizării adjuncţilor în româna contemporană

Publication: Limba română: controverse, delimitări, noi ipoteze. Actele celui de-al 9-lea Colocviu al Catedrei de Limba Română, I, Section Gramatică, p. 93
Editors:Rodica Zafiu, Adina Dragomirescu, Alexandru Nicolae
Publisher:Editura Universității din București
Abstract:[A glimpse on adjunct realization in Contemporary Romanian] Assuming a semantic typology of adjuncts in Contemporary Romanian, the present article deals with some aspects regarding the possibility/impossibility of adjunct realization by nonfinite sentences. In the first part of the article, the author presents the semantic types of adjuncts, i.e. adjuncts of manner, instrument, means, space, time, frequency, aspect, degree, purpose, reason, result, concession, condition, domain, modal, evaluative, speech act-related, connective, comitative, and additive adjuncts. In the second part of the article, it is discussed the morphological realization of adjuncts. The author shows that only nonfinite sentences and Prepositional Phrases (PPs) are common realizations for all adjuncts and it is implied that the function of subordinators is similar to the function of prepositions in the PP. In Romanian, adjuncts cannot be realized by nonfinite sentences, except for the Gerundive ones. Infinitive, participle and supine are part of PPs or represent elyptical constructions, resulting from “the deletion” of certain constituents. As a general rule, prepositions are specialized or are preceded by specifiers characteristic for certain adjuncts.
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 2

References in this publication: 2

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Gramatica limbii române. I. Cuvântul; II. Enunțul
Editura Academiei2005; 2008
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Institutul European2001, 2002; 2009

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