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On the Syntax and Semantics of kakoj and čto za in Russian
Journal of Slavic Linguistics
Vol. 16, No. 2 (summer—fall 2008), pp. 289-305
Published by: Slavica Publishers
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24601438
Page Count: 17
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This contribution deals with the attributive pronouns kakoj and čto za in interrogative and exclamative sentences of Russian. It is an investigation into the polyfunctionality of these expressions, their integration into the DP structure, and their interplay with sentence mood. The morphosyntactic and semantic properties of these lexical items will be considered within the framework of Chomsky's Minimalist Program, taking into account their semantic form and conceptual structure.
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