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Câteva consideraţii asupra construcţiei adverb + de + adjectiv

Publication: Limba română: controverse, delimitări, noi ipoteze. Actele celui de-al 9-lea Colocviu al Catedrei de Limba Română, I, Section Gramatică, p. 167
Editors:Rodica Zafiu, Adina Dragomirescu, Alexandru Nicolae
Publisher:Editura Universității din București
Abstract:[Some Considerations on the Use of the Romanian Grammatical Construction "Adverb + de + Adjective"] In Romanian, a very common grammatical construction which perfectly renders the idea of the superlative is adverb + de + adjective, mainly promoted and spread by the language of advertising (i.e perfectly white/clean, dangerously good, etc.).
Having considered some relevant examples of such constructions, we conclude that:
− some connections are specific to the literary language and are used mainly by educated people (i.e the language used by literary criticism, art criticism, film criticism)
− other constructions are commonly present in the colloquial language, which means that people find it easy to create correct and suggestive constructions by following a well-known pattern
Consequently, we shall put forward some relevant constructions, which have been chosen from a wide range of examples. There are electronic sources that have been used in order to make this selection, and Google is a typical example of such electronic device.
The linguistic observations focus on various adverb formations and semantic features of adverbs.
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 1

References in this publication: 4

41George VolceanovDicționar de argou al limbii româneNiculescu2007
395Valeria Guțu Romalo (coord.)GALR
Gramatica limbii române. I. Cuvântul; II. Enunțul
Editura Academiei2005; 2008
2Corina LeonteSuperlativul în argoul tinerilorSCL, XLIX (1-2), 1631998
9Cornelia MihaiValoarea adverbială a adjectivelor în limba romînă contemporanăSCL, XIV (2), 2091963

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