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Articles in “Diacronia” containing pseudo-cleft sentences

ArticleDiacronia 6, September 30, 2017, A91
Mihaela Gheorghe, (Pseudo)cleft constructions in old Romanian

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(un)translatability abstract noun adjective Alsace analytic assimilation auxiliary auxiliary inversion auxiliary verb basis of articulation biblical text bilingualism Carpathians central language change of state Christian rhetoric cleft sentences cliticization coevolution cognitive linguistics coherence comparative analysis comparative complement compound past concessive connector connector contemporary English corpus linguistics culinary recipes cultural models culture cyberspace Dante degree operator derivation derivational morphology designation diachronic change diachronic expansion diachronic grammar diachronic linguistics diachrony dialectal differentiation direct object discourse disjunctive connector dual voice dynamic syntax eloquence etymology evaluation of translation evolution Fichtel’s map (1780) focal particle folk plant names form in –rai formal adaptation functionalism globalization glosses grading grammaticalization historical grammar historical lexicology historical morphology historical semantics history history of forms history of language history of letter-writing history of uses homogeneous human sciences humanity indefinite adjective indefinite pronoun indefinite pronouns inflected infinitive inflectional morphology informality intensifier intentional fallacy interjection language language change language contact language development language evolution Lat. ipse letter lexematics lexical borrowing lexical borrowings integration lexical field lexical plural lexical-semantic renderings lexicalization linguistic anthropology linguistic change linguistic contact linguistic interference literary language literary norm literary pragmatics literary theory literary variant localization marginalia mass noun mentality modern Romanian modernization of Romanian literary language Moldavian variety natural sciences neologistic lexicon neologization nomenclature non-determined non-specific notes on manuscripts old documents old literature old Romanian Old Romanian literary language onomasiology onomatology orality organism ortography p(r)e marking Paradise parallel corpora paratext peripheral language periphrastic prospective structures Philippide philology phonetic and morphological adaptation of loans phonetics and morphology place/non-place pluralization poetics pragmatization predicative verb prefix probable epistemic proper names pseudo-cleft sentences psycholinguistics psychological basis quantifier quantifiers re-grammaticalization relative adjectives relative clauses religion reverse superlative rhetoric rite roll-up movement Romanian Romanian as a non-native language Romanian epistolary style Romanian language Romanian-Slavonic contact salt deposits salt springs science scientific polemic scrambling scripturality secular literature semantic derivation semantics of ‘shame’ sentence Septuagint sermon skopos skopos theory society sociolinguistics space specialized text specialized translation specific structure enrichment stylistics supine symbolic field synchrony syntactic valence syntagm syntax synthetic synthetic future text editing text linguistics text poetics the ending –le the suffix –ale the suffix –ele toponymy tourism advertising translation translation of concepts translation practice translation studies translator’s freedom transphrastic Transylvania Trinity variation verb verbal behaviour Vlachs of Eastern Serbia word order