Armenian: Modern Eastern Armenian
John Benjamins Publishing, 17. des. 2009 - 758 sider
This grammar of Modern Eastern Armenian gives a precise and explicit description of the Eastern Armenian language of the Republic of Armenia. It covers not only the normative tradition but, more importantly, also describes the colloquial language as it is used in Armenia today. With regard to methodological approach and terminology it fully meets the demands of modern general linguistics and typology. This grammar will be of interest not only to the specialised readership of descriptive and comparative linguists, of typologists and of armenologists, but to all those who would like to acquaint themselves with linguistic data from living Armenian. It will also be of use to students wishing to learn Modern Eastern Armenian and to lecturers in Modern Eastern Armenian language courses.
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Chapter 3 Syntax
Chapter 4 Word formation
Abrahamyan action adjectives adpositional phrases adpositions adverbial agent Ani—n Ani.NOM-the aorist apodosis Aram Aram.NOM-the Armenian language Armenpress attributive auxiliary book.NOM-the causativised Classical Armenian colloquial Armenian compounds conjunctions consonant constituent dative debitive declension deﬁnite article denotes diﬂerence direct object Eastern Armenian Erewan et’e expressed ﬁnal ﬁnite verb ﬁrst focus position forms function girk’—é grammars hamar Hayoc he.NOM head noun Hetk I.DAT I.NOM imperative imperfect tense INDEF indeﬁnite inﬁnitive construction inﬂected interrogative pronouns intonation intransitive language lexicalised lezu linel main clause marked meaning Modern Eastern Armenian modiﬁers morphological neg-it negated negative nominalised nominative noun phrase participle passive passivised past plural POST postposition preﬁx preposed preverbal focus processual protasis quantiﬁers reference reﬂexive relative clauses resultative participle schwa semantic sentence SMEA speciﬁc speech stative stem stress subjunctive subordinate clause suﬂix syllable syntactic tense theyare transitive verb usually Vardan Vardan.NOM-the verbal vowel wh-pronoun