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Titel: Factors contributing to phrase splitting in BCS
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Under certain circumstances clitic(s) (CLs) can be inserted into a semantically and syntactically tightly connected phrase, as in example (1). The phenomenon is known by the term phrase splitting.

(1)
Dobra 
se 
roba 
brzo 
proda.

good
refl
wares
quickly
sell.3prs

‘Good wares sell quickly.’

(Piper & Klajn 2014: 450)

For almost a hundred years phase splitting has been attracting considerable attention from both normativists and formal linguists. Early on, it was recognized as a feature which distinguishes Serbian from Croatian. However, scholarly discussion of this phenomena in literature is based mainly on very few examples, which have been evaluated by a limited number of people. Not surprisingly, this approach has caused many contradictory statements. Nevertheless, not all phrase types are equally controversial. The most controversial phrase types are noun and its nominal attribute in genitive, first and last name, noun with its modifier in a PP, and conjoined NPs. Since I share Alexander’s (2009: 50) opinion that there is still a great need to prove the degree of acceptability of different types of phrase splitting, I intend to pursue corpus linguistic studies. This study addresses following research question: Which role in splitting noun from its nominal attribute in genitive (ex. (2)) and first from the last name (ex. (3)) have phrase type, phrase case, variety type (Croatian vs Serbian), CL type, and CL number? 

(2)
Kontrast 
je 
ovih 
fakata 
očigledan.

contrast
be.3sg
these
facts
obvious

‘The contrast of these facts is obvious.’

(Barić et al. 1997: 597)








(3)
Luka 
bi 
Šušmek 
polazio 

šetnju 

Luka
cond.3sg
Šušmek
depart.ptcp.sg.m
in
walk

da 
namigne 
kojoj 
curi.



comp
wink.3prs
which
girl



‘Luka Šušmek used to go on walks to wink at some girl.’

(Barić et al. 1997: 598)









 

The data will be extracted from {bs, hr, sr}WaC (Ljubešić & Klubička 2014).

Schlagworte: Bosnisch, Kroatisch, Serbisch, Syntax, Klitika
Typ: Angemeldeter Vortrag
Homepage: https:// https://www.aau.at/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Book-of-Abstracts.pdf
Veranstaltung: Jahrestagung und Generalversammlung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Slawistik (Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt )
Datum: 22.11.2019
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