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2018-08-20

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Alina Israeli

ABSTRACT

The Russian language has six verbs that, when used as invitations, can be translated into English as ‘come in’: входи(те) ‘vxodi(te)’, войди(те) ‘vojdi(te)’, заходи(те) ‘zaxodi(te)’, зайди(те) ‘zajdi(te)’, проходи(те) ‘proxodi(te)’, пройди(те) ‘projdi(te)’. In all of these cases, the invitation issued at time t1 is to be fulfilled immediately, practically at t1, because any elapsed time is immaterial. There are several factors that affect the choice of aspect and prefix: the Speaker’s perception of the intention of the ‘Figure’; whether the door is open or closed; whether it is closed and unlocked, but presumed by the ‘Figure’ to be locked; whether the Speaker and the ‘Figure’ can see each other and know each other; whether either of them represents an authority figure; and whether the Speaker treats the ‘Figure’ as a friend or as a guest. More... »

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357-373

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