Видовые приставки в языковом контакте (на материале молизско-славянского, резьянского и верхнелужицкого микроязыков)

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Aspectual prefixes in language contact : evidence from Molise Slavic, Resian and Upper Sorbian micro-languages
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The role of prefixes in the formation of aspectuality : issues of grammaticalization / Benacchio, Rosanna; Muro, Alessio; Slavkova, Svetlana (ed.). - Firenze : Firenze University Press, 2017. - (Biblioteca di Studi slavistici ; 39). - pp. 59-84. - ISBN 9788864536972
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This paper deals with West and South Slavic micro-languages in situations of absolute language contact with German (Upper Sorbian) and Italian (Molise Slavic, Resian). Although the Slavic derivational way of expressing verbal aspect (imperfective vs. perfective) has been preserved throughout, aspect usage has been influenced by the dominant contact languages. This is especially true of Colloquial Upper Sorbian, which has replaced the original Slavic opposition based on the feature of totality with a new system based on telicity that goes back to the telicizing function of German prefixes. While prefixes keep their role of forming perfective partners with native Slavic lexemes, their behaviour in borrowings varies according to the individual contact situations. Sorbian, which was influenced by German, is able to form prefixed partners even from loan verbs. The same holds true of Burgenland Croatian, referred to in this paper for the sake of comparison. On the other hand, Resian and Molise Slavic borrow Italian telic verbs exclusively as perfectives, forming their imperfective partners by means of suffixation. This difference is explained by the different roles of prefixes in the contact languages, which even applies in the case of older loan verbs in Resian going back to former German influence.
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Slavic microlanguages, language contact, prefixes, loan verbs, telicity
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ISO 690BREU, Walter, Malinka PILA, Lenka SCHOLZE, 2017. Видовые приставки в языковом контакте (на материале молизско-славянского, резьянского и верхнелужицкого микроязыков). In: BENACCHIO, Rosanna, ed., Alessio MURO, ed., Svetlana SLAVKOVA, ed.. The role of prefixes in the formation of aspectuality : issues of grammaticalization. Firenze:Firenze University Press, pp. 59-84. ISBN 9788864536972. Available under: doi: 10.36253/978-88-6453-698-9.06
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  title={Видовые приставки в языковом контакте (на материале молизско-славянского, резьянского и верхнелужицкого микроязыков)},
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  isbn={9788864536972},
  publisher={Firenze University Press},
  address={Firenze},
  series={Biblioteca di Studi slavistici},
  booktitle={The role of prefixes in the formation of aspectuality : issues of grammaticalization},
  pages={59--84},
  editor={Benacchio, Rosanna and Muro, Alessio and Slavkova, Svetlana},
  author={Breu, Walter and Pila, Malinka and Scholze, Lenka}
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