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Глагольный вид в македонском диалекте Бобоштицы-Дреновы и албанско-славянские контакты

  • Maxim Makartsev

Verbal aspect in the Macedonian dialect of Boboshtica-Drenova and Albanian-Slavic language contact - Long-term subdominant bilingualism with Albanian has had a significant impact on verbal aspect marking in the Macedonian dialect of Boboshtica-Drenova (South-East Albania). The Slavic formal opposition of perfective and imperfective aspect marked through a variety of derivational methods has been preserved. However, under Albanian influence two continuous aspect con­structions have been grammaticalised in the dialect, one of them based on the locative ǵe, and the other on the adversative conjunction toko. The paths of grammaticalization of these markers are investigated, which include structural transfer (ǵe < locative and temporal tek, toko < adversative and continuous po), which is partially supported by the phonetic similarity between the respective Albanian and Macedonian dialectal markers (toko || duke, tek).

  • Keywords:
  • Balkan linguistics,
  • language contact,
  • Slavic dialects of Albania,
  • south-eastern Macedonian dialects,
  • verbal aspect,
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Maxim Makartsev

University of Oldenburg, Germany - ORCID: 0000-0002-0820-3238

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Chapter Title

Глагольный вид в македонском диалекте Бобоштицы-Дреновы и албанско-славянские контакты

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Maxim Makartsev

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Russian

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10.36253/979-12-215-0184-1.08

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2023

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L’aspettualità nel contatto linguistico: lingue slave e oltre

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Resistenza, ristrutturazione ed innovazione dell’aspetto verbale e della sua periferia sotto l’influsso di varietà alloglotte. Atti del 3º Convegno Internazionale Costanza/Hegne, 16-20 giugno 2019

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Walter Breu, Malinka Pila

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2023

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Firenze University Press

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Biblioteca di Studi Slavistici

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