Semantics of Slavic anaphoric possessive determiners

@inproceedings{Zuber2009SemanticsOS,
  title={Semantics of Slavic anaphoric possessive determiners},
  author={Richard Zuber},
  year={2009}
}
Slavic possessive determiner SVOJ (and its plural form), meaning roughly his/her own (glosed by HOWN) can in addition to its bare form also be used in composition with other ordinary determiners. Such compositions form complex anaphoric possessive determiners (ADets), that is expressions which take CNs as arguments and form NPs denoting nominal anaphors. Thus one can have in various Slavic languages compositions with SVOJ, corresponding to EVERY HOWN, NO HOWN, FIVE HOWN, etc. In this talk… CONTINUE READING

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