Russian Verbs of Spatial Orientation Stand , Sit , Lie ©

@inproceedings{Kravchenko2004RussianVO,
  title={Russian Verbs of Spatial Orientation Stand , Sit , Lie ©},
  author={A. S. Kravchenko},
  year={2004}
}
Conceptualization of spatial relations takes different forms in different languages, and certain cognitive spatial structures underlie the meaning of many linguistic expressions, both lexical and grammatical (Kravchenko 1996a). However, these underlying structures that often account for the functional features of such expressions, are not so obvious across languages, and it is sometimes rather difficult to relate the meaning of a particular expression to its function on the basis of common… CONTINUE READING

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