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Russian Cognitive Linguistics: Prefixation



Date Submitted: 15-Mar-2010
From: Tatsuhide Mizoe
Subject: Russian Cognitive Linguistics: Prefixation
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Institution/Organization: Laval University (Qu├ębec, CANADA)

Notice: I am a Japanese Ph.D student in general linguistics who has been working on Russian (Slavic) prefixation on loan-verb material. My focus is on the data based Slavic S-/Z- prefixation in Russian material within the Cognitive Slavic Linguistic framework.

I need critical/fruitful/constructive comments on what I have written so far,
especially on the on-going chapter 3 with which I have a theoretical problem. I am looking for linguists willing to read the third chapter (around 20 pages) for further improvement.