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1, 1000, 100.000. Quanti e quali attori nei costrutti personali indeterminati?

  • Francesca Fici
  • Natalia Žukova

The aim of this article is to suggest a reflection on the indefinite-personal sentences of Russian. After a discussion of the properties of these sentences (1), we consider the grammatical and semantic characteristics of their components and especially of the null subject (2). In section (3) we consider which verbs occur more frequently in these sentences and in (4) the relationship among the different components of the indefinite-personal sentences. In (5) we conclude by briefly introducing the Italian sentences that most frequently correspond to Russian sentences of this type.

  • Keywords:
  • Russian Language,
  • Indefinite Personal sentences,
  • Null Subject,
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Francesca Fici

University of Florence, Italy

Natalia Žukova

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-1176-1609

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Chapter Title

1, 1000, 100.000. Quanti e quali attori nei costrutti personali indeterminati?

Authors

Francesca Fici, Natalia Žukova

Language

Italian

DOI

10.36253/978-88-6453-328-5.07

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2016

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Le lingue slave tra struttura e uso

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Valentina Benigni, Lucyna Gebert, Julija Nikolaeva

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346

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2016

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-6453-328-5

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Biblioteca di Studi Slavistici

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