Productive verb prefixation patterns

@article{Hlavcov2014ProductiveVP,
  title={Productive verb prefixation patterns},
  author={Jaroslava Hlav{\'a}cov{\'a} and A. Nedoluzhko},
  journal={The Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics},
  year={2014},
  volume={101},
  pages={111 - 122}
}
Abstract The paper discusses a set of verbal prefixes which, when added to a verb together with a reflexive morpheme, change the verb’s meaning always in the same manner. The prefixes form a sequence according to the degree of intensity with which they modify the verbal action. We present the process of verb intensification in three Slavic languages, namely Czech, Slovak and Russian. 
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