Второе будущее (предбудущее) в древненовгородском диалекте: время или наклонение? View Full Text


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2019-01-09

AUTHORS

Yana A. Penkova

ABSTRACT

The article examines the grammatical semantics of the so-called ‘second compound future’ tense in the Old Novgorod dialect. Two interpretations of the grammatical semantics of this construction are compared in the article: while Zaliznjak considers it to be a ‘suppositional mood’, according to Andersen it is a typical relative future tense similar to the English future perfect. In various languages the future perfect tense can describe both foreground and background taxis. It is the foreground taxis that is a characteristic of the future perfect in English. In Portuguese the foreground taxis is expressed by the future perfect indicative, while the background taxis is designated by the future perfect subjunctive. The periphrastic construction ‘budu + l-participle’ in the Old Novgorod dialect was used to express the background taxis, and this is similar to the future perfect subjunctive in Portuguese. The periphrasis in the Novgorod dialect lost its main taxis function and was drifting towards a suppositional mood before its total decline. In numerous cases, the periphrastic construction ‘budu + l-form’ can be explained only with a broader context and its pragmatic features. The periphrasis can be used as a marker of topic; the 1st person sg. form of the construction can introduce implicit negation. More... »

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65-78

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