ABOUT THE TYPES OF SYNTACTIC PARADIGMS AND THEIR ORIGIN

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Using the principles of linguistic and cognitive theories, the paper studies peculiar features of the systemic organization of the nominal paradigms expressing the functional and semantic relations of the object and adverbial modifier. Formally the paradigms are composed of nouns combining prepositions and case inflexions or nouns in various case forms. The focus of the paper is to find out how such factors as the variety of constituents in different paradims, semantic and grammatical differences of these constituents and oppositions existing between them make the relations above mentioned concrete or abstract.

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E. S. Skoblikova

the Dept. of Russian Language, Samara State University, Samara, 443011, Russian Federation.

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