By István Kenesei
The ebook includes 11 articles on theoretical difficulties in Albanian, Hungarian, Polish, (Old) Russian, Romanian, and the South Slavic languages of Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbo-Croatian, and Slovenian. They disguise themes equivalent to clitics, head and phrasal circulate, the constitution of the DP, and clause constitution. a couple of papers seek advice from and make systematic comparisons with languages open air the sector, together with Breton, German, Hebrew, and Welsh. because the papers have been chosen from a global convention in Spring 1998 in Szeged, Hungary, they signify the crossing of limitations in 3 senses: the actual feel, through evaluating genetically unrelated languages, and through analyzing homes of move throughout categories.
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The Serbo-Croatian ne never occurs to the left of pronominal clitics, though it does occur to the left of auxiliary clitics, albeit in this case the encliticization of ne to individual auxiliary forms yields negative (non-clitic) auxiliaries:11 In Slovenian ne also appears to the immediate right of the verb and, as illus trated in (17), the stress falls on the verb - always on the same syllable on which it falls when the verb is not negated:12 (17) a. b. c. d. e. Slovenian Razumem: ne raZUmem ZBIram: ne ZBIram Morem: ne MOrem VEM: ne VEM BOM: ne BOM "understand" "collect" "must" "know" "will" Like its Serbo-Croatian counterpart, the Slovenian ne never occurs to the left of pronominal clitics, but does occur to the left of auxiliary clitics, in which case we end up with negative (non-clitic) auxiliary verbs: Since the stressing of the syllable which represents negation does not follow from the prosodic status of the negation operator,13 we can conclude that the Slovenian and Serbo-Croatian negation operators behave as clitics and are 23 CLITICIZATION AND CLITICHOOD hosted by lexical material to their right.
In Bulgarian, the second position clitics have changed to verbal, but the Old Slavic phonological encliticization remains. In Slovenian, on the other hand, the Old Slavic second position clitichood is kept, while phonological encliticization is being ousted out. Having analyzed the behavior of the South Slavic negation operator, I have argued in favor of redefining special clitichood and have established two distinct types of special clitics: inflection clitics and operator clitics. I have shown that, in Macedonian clauses in which the head of the VP is a [+V,-N] 30 OLGA MIŠESKA TOMIĆ category these two types of special clitics have distinct phonological behavior.
Clitics, Scrambling, and Head Movement in Dutch". Approaching Second: Second Position Clitics and Related Phenomena ed. by Aaron L. Halpern & Arnold Zwicky, 579-612. Stanford, California: CSLI Publications. -------- 1997. Morphosyntax of Verb Movement: A Minimalist Approach to the Syntax of Dutch. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 1 In examples (1) and (3) a past participle in a periphrastic perfect tense follows its auxiliary. In examples (2) and (4) it moves to the pre-auxiliary position.
Crossing Boundaries: Advances in the Theory of Central and Eastern European Languages by István Kenesei