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Name: Arseniy  Vydrin
Institution: Institute of Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences
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State and/or Country: Russia   
Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Adyghe
Pashto, Southern
Persian, Iranian
Language Family(ies): Iranian
Selected Publications: Vydrin A. Are there depictives in Adyghe? // Schroeder, Chr., Hentschel, G. & Boeder, W. (eds.) Secondary predicates in Eastern European languages and beyond. /Oldenburg: BIS-Verlag der Carl von Ossietzky-UniversitДt (= /Studia Slavica Oldenburgensia/ 16).
Vydrin A. Counterfactual mood in Ossetic // 3rd International Conference on Iranian Linguistics. September 11–13, 2009, Paris.
Vydrin A. On lexical means to express real and irreal situations in modern Iron Ossetic // Izvestija Severo-Osetinskogo Instituta Gumanitarnyh i Social'nyh Issledovanij im. V.I.Abaeva. 42 (3), 2009. (in Russian)
Vydrin A. On internal and external possibility in Iron Ossetic // Acta linguistica Petropolitana. Trudy ILI RAN, vol 4 part 2. St. Petersburg, 2008. (in Russian)
Vydrin A. Modern Ossetic language: experience of the field study // Russian Foundation for Humanities, vol. 1 (2009). (in Russian)

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