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Le marquage différentiel de l'objet en tant qu'universel linguistique : le cas du macédonien

Abstract : Differential object-­‐marking as a linguistic universal: The Macedonian language question Differential object-­‐marking (D.M.O.) is a syntactic process often found in indo-­‐European languages, and even more so in Southern Slavic languages. The marking of the definite direct object in Macedonian, also known as "object doubling", is a typical feature of this language but also that of some romance languages such as Spanish and Romanian. Several linguists (Bossong, 1985, 1998 ; Lazard, 2001) consider this process as a linguistic universal. The aim of this paper is to consider DMO under its different forms in Macedonian, within the context of linguistic research applied to the verbal group.
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Jovan Kostov. Le marquage différentiel de l'objet en tant qu'universel linguistique : le cas du macédonien. COLDOC 2014, MoDyCo (UMR 7114 – CNRS/Université Paris Ouest Nanterre/Université Paris Descartes), Nov 2014, Paris, France. ⟨halshs-01386994⟩



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