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Stopnje odvisnosti v slovenskih podredno zloženih povedih
Gabrovšek, Dejan (Author), Žele, Andreja (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Magistrsko delo se ukvarja s skladnjo zložene povedi v slovenščini. Opre se na skoraj stoletje staro tezo, ki velja za slovanske jezike, da bi bilo bolje kot o dvojici priredje-podredje govoriti o različnih stopnjah odvisnosti. Glede na to se je lahko izoblikovala tipologija odvisnikov, ki je v tem delu prilagojena zakonitostim slovenske skladnje. Odvisniki so razdeljeni na vezljive (in znotraj na oziralne in vsebinske), družljive in na koncu na nematična nestavčnočlenska dopolnila. Prvi dve skupini sta sicer v jezikoslovni literaturi dobro opisani, na tretjo pa je bilo doslej le opozorjeno. Nastala tipologija poskuša zajeti čim več pomenov in vezniških sredstev.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:stopnje odvisnosti, odvisniki, vezljivost, družljivost, matični stavek, nestavčnočlenska dopolnila
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2019
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Language:English
Title:Degrees of dependence in Slovene subordinate clauses
Abstract:
The present master's thesis concerns the syntax of compound sentences in the Slovenian language. It has been based on an observation pertaining to Slavic languages in general and valid for almost a century, i.e. that it is more suitable to speak of various degrees of dependence, rather than of coordination-subordination pairs exclusively. Based on that, we have constructed a typology of dependent clauses and adjusted it to the rules of Slovenian syntax. Dependent clauses are thus divided into three categories: valency-dependent clauses (subcategorized into relative clauses and content subordinate clauses), collocational dependent clauses and subordinate complementary elements. Both valency-dependent and collocational dependent clauses have been described extensively in linguistics, while subordinate complementary elements have only been mentioned briefly. The typology obtained focusses on presenting as many meanings and conjunctive words as possible.

Keywords:degree of dependence, subordinate clauses, valency, collocability, subordinate complementary elements

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