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The Direct Object in English and Romanian

Publication: Studii de gramatică contrastivă, 18, p. 74-81
Publisher:Universitatea din Pitești
Abstract:The paper aims at revealing some of the distinctive features of the direct object in both English and Romanian. Comparing the various kinds of complex direct objects in English, we realize they provide a great amount of differences from Romanian. On the other hand, the direct object in Romanian can be double-realized by means of co-referential units.
Key words:transitive verbs, complex objects, the accusative with infinitive construction, the accusative with participle construction, double-realization, syntactical position
Language: English

Citations to this publication: 0

References in this publication: 3

26Alexandra CornilescuConcept of modern grammar
A generative grammar perspective
Editura Universității din București1995
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63Ion CoteanuGramatica de bază a limbii româneAlbatros; Garamond1982; 1993, 1995

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