Predicative possessive constructions in Japanese and Korean

  title={Predicative possessive constructions in Japanese and Korean},
  author={Artemij Keidan},
Both Generativist and Functionalist schools of linguistics have spent much effort in order to clarify these topics, so that some contemporary achievements can be considered as their definitive solution. However, some further questions concerning possessives still remain completely or partly unsolved. In this respect I should like to draw the reader's attention to the following two additional issues: 
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