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2007 | 2(4) | 79-88
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WAYS OF ENCODING STATE OF AFFAIRS RELATIONS: ANTERIORITY, POSTERIORITY, CAUSALITY, PURPOSE AND CONDITIONALITY IN MODERN POLISH LANGUAGE

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There are 7 different ways of encoding the enumerated state of affairs relations in modern Polish: unmarked juxtaposition, marked juxtaposition, coordination, chaining, use of serial verbs, VPs' subordinators, complex and one-word adverbial subordinators. Particular relations differ, however, with respect to the range of ways of encoding available for them. The analysis of both - ways of encoding and the relations between state of affairs they may encode for - reveal their distribution and restrictions of usage.
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  • A. Martowicz, Language Evolution and Computation Research Unit, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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08PLAAAA03477102
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