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Title: Fazowość i jej wykładniki w polszczyźnie
Authors: Lisczyk-Kubina, Karolina
Keywords: język polski czasowniki; fazowość
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Abstract: This monograph constitutes an attempt at a synthetic description of phasality and its indicators in the Polish language (synchronic aspect). The primary aim of the author has been to establish the scope of various lexical indicators of phasality, including: primarily phasal verbs (synsemantic, e.g. zaczynać — to begin, kontynuować — to continue, kończyć — to finish, as well as their synonyms), secondarily phasal verbs (autosemantic, nonprefixal or prefixal with prefixes za-, nad-, wz-, roz-, prze-, po-, od-, wy-, do-, na-, o-), phasal nouns (e.g. początek — beginning, koniec — end), phasal adjectives (e.g. początkowy — initial, końcowy — final), verbo-nominal predicates profiling phases of action (with verbs of movement, processual, and momentary verbs functioning as verbalisers). As a result, a wide scope of phasal lexicon has been established. The practical analysis is accompanied by a theoretical reflection on the grammatical and lexical aspect of phasal verbs, their connectivity as well as mutual substitutability. The in-depth thought on the category of the aspect has allowed the author to regulate the heterogeneous terminology concerning phasality. The research material has been excerpted from the databases of the National Corpus of Polish as well as contemporary dictionaries of the Polish language. From the methodological point of view, the monograph is situated within the structural and cognitive schools of thought.
ISBN: 9788380125933
Appears in Collections:Książki/rozdziały (W.Hum.)

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