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Font Size. Article Tools Indexing metadata. How to cite item. Email this article Login required. From code-switching to a mixed code: the role of parenthetical verbs in the emerging Polish-Russian mixed code in Lithuania. Abstract This paper investigates the role of parenthetical verbs in the emerging Polish-Russian mixed code in Lithuania.
Parenthetical verbs share many similarities with discourse markers, since both are regarded as having little or no meaning and occurring outside the syntax of the utterance.
However, the wholesale replacement of one system by another has not taken place. Keywords code-switching; emerging mixed codes; parenthetical verbs; fusion; Polish; Russian. Full Text: PDF. PDF Preview.
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It brings together a series of new papers which focus on developing a constrained set of licensing mechanisms relating elements in a syntactic representation, and on the different properties of lexical and functional heads as licenses of complements and specifiers. Directed toward an audience of syntacticians and those interested in the applications of syntactic theory, it demonstrates the expanding explanatory parts of this approach to syntax.
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