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La manière d’exprimer le superlatif adverbial dans les langues romanes

Publication: Diversité et identité culturelle en Europe, VI, p. 100
Publisher:Editura Muzeul Literaturii Române
Abstract:The adverb is a decisive argument for demonstrating that a language is a dynamic organization, especially since it entails an element that accompanies most parts of speech, in particular, the verb. This mobility is reflected by the fact that, generally, the adverb has degrees of comparison. The Romance degrees of comparison are essentially of analytical type, the few traces of comparative and superlative synthetic adverbs belonging generally to the most used adverbs, which are part of the basis of Romance languages vocabulary: lat. melius, lat. pejus, lat. minus, fr. mieux, fr. pis / pire, moins, it. meglio, it. peggio, it. meno, sp. peor, sp. menos, port. pior, port. menos. As the languages evolved, analytical usage was imposed, so that nowadays there are structures formed with the adverbs magis and plus.
Key words:adverb, degree of comparison, the superlative, Romance languages
Language: French

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