ЧАСТИ РЕЧИ В АДЫГЕЙСКОМ ЯЗЫКЕ: СЛОВОКЛАССИФИЦИРУЮЩАЯ ИЛИ СЛОВОИЗМЕНИТЕЛЬНАЯ КАТЕГОРИЯ?
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ЧАСТИ РЕЧИ В АДЫГЕЙСКОМ ЯЗЫКЕ: СЛОВОКЛАССИФИЦИРУЮЩАЯ ИЛИ СЛОВОИЗМЕНИТЕЛЬНАЯ КАТЕГОРИЯ?
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Is the syntactic category of a word determined mainly by its stem or endings? In this paper the question is explored in reference to Adyghe (North-West Caucasian), a language that lacks category distinction, or predicateargument flexibility. To consider the problem, I analyze a particular construction type in which a nominal stem can be used with the verbal inflectional morphology.
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