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2015 | 64 | 2 | 401-417
Article title

Украïнськïе императиви з погляду акцентологiчноï проблематики

Title variants
EN
Ukrainian Imperatives from the Point of Range of Problems of Accentology
Languages of publication
UK
Abstracts
EN
In the article the conformities to law of formation of imperative mood verbs on -ити are investigated. The verb of this class elect an accentual paradigm after three accentual rears, for example: a) бfвити – бfвлю, бfвиш, бfвлять; imp. бfв, бfвмо, бfвте; b) щербbти – щерблo, щербbш, щерблzть; imp. щербb, щербsм(о), щербsть; c) робbти – роблo, рjбиш, рjблять; imp. робb, робsм(о), робsть. Obviously, that imperative word-parts of verbs eventual and movable accentual types are identical as from the point of their marking, so from the point of view of morphological registration; they, thus, together matched against the word-parts of root-accented verbs. That is why, the special attention in the article is devoted to the phenomena of type тумfнbти – тумfнo, тумfнbш, тумfнzть; imp. тумfнь and туманb, when a verb has two parallel accentual paradigms: clearly, that it is on the eve of accentual changes. About their direction testify, for example, such cases, when former звузbти – звужe, звузbш; imp. звузb, звузsть is deputized in a modern language звeзити – звeжу, звeзиш; imp. звeзь, звeзьте etc. The actual problem for modern Ukrainian linguistics is to find out the measure of accordance to the Ukrainian system of imperative mood word-parts of type крtсли or крtсль (from крtслити) etc., погsрш or погsрши (from погsршити) etc., засвsдчи or засвsдч (from засвsдчити), and also of type запtвни (from запtвнити) etc
Year
Volume
64
Issue
2
Pages
401-417
Physical description
Contributors
  • Instytut Językoznawstwa im. O.O. Potiebni, Akademia Nauk Ukrainy, ul. Władimirska 54, Kijów, Ukraine, w_zadorozhnyi@ukr.net
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
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