LINGUIST List 10.1725

Sat Nov 13 1999

Qs: Russian Anaphora, Numeral vs. Noun Declination

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  1. Roberta D'Alessandro, Update:Russian Anaphora
  2. Ursula Doleschal, Declinability of Numerals vs. Nouns

Message 1: Update:Russian Anaphora

Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 12:20:07 +0100
From: Roberta D'Alessandro <roginsunstone.it>
Subject: Update:Russian Anaphora


Dear Members,
I posted a help request a couple of days ago, but I couldn't post it
myself, so I just found out that the message wasn't posted as I had
required. I was asking some references about Russian anaphora. I would
like to clarify that I'm working on Russian anaphora in a generative
approach. This means that I don't need references about use of anaphora
in XVII sec. literature, for instance.
I apologize for this misunderstanding and I thank you very much for your
attention.

Best,
Roberta D'Alessandro




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Message 2: Declinability of Numerals vs. Nouns

Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 23:38:49 +0100
From: Ursula Doleschal <ursula.doleschalwu-wien.ac.at>
Subject: Declinability of Numerals vs. Nouns

I have a query concerning the declinability of numerals vs. nouns. I need
data or literature conferming the hypothesis that the declinability
(inflection) of the numeral in a language implies the declinability
(inflection) of the noun. Any help appreciated!

Dr. Ursula Doleschal (ursula.doleschalwu-wien.ac.at)
Institut f. slawische Sprachen, WU-Wien
NEU: Ro�auer L�nde 23, A-1090 Wien
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