К ВОПРОСУ О РЕКОНСТРУКЦИИ ФОРМ ЗАВИСИМОЙ ПРЕДИКАЦИИ В АВСТРОАЗИАТСКИХ ЯЗЫКАХ
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К ВОПРОСУ О РЕКОНСТРУКЦИИ ФОРМ ЗАВИСИМОЙ ПРЕДИКАЦИИ В АВСТРОАЗИАТСКИХ ЯЗЫКАХ
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The article deals with the words containing nasal infixes which are found in all groups of Austroasiatic languages mostly as nouns derived from verbs. It is suggested that those derivatives go back to proto-Austroasiatic forms of dependent predication which were used in multiverb constructions of different types. Later on those forms were replaced by analytical forms with the marker *ta. In the descendant languages analytical forms of dependent predication were driven to the periphery by new, differentiated grammatical means, that is conjunctions, copulas and prepositions having left behind lexicalized and grammaticalized reflexes of different types.
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01.09.2008
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