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Collocation as а Differential Sign of Slavic Languages (from the Perspective of the South Slavic languages). First Part


Authors:
Tsenka Ivanova St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Pages: 96-122

Abstract:

The high degree of a relationship between the Slavic languages raises the issue about the criteria by which they distinguish between them. Through different mechanisms of combinativeness and a lexicalsemantic distribution of the common vocabulary the common by its origin lexis has formed various Slavic languages. The collocations, or the syntagmatic organization of words, act as a sign of differentiality between the Slavic languages and they contain a number of specific features. In certain situations the characteristics of the collocation are linked with sociolinguistic processes of divergence of literary languages. The contemporary linguistic situation in South Slavic / Balkan Slavic area implement a certain revision of theoretical formulations and orientation to new methodological and applied perspectives.

Keywords:

Slavic languages, differential signs, collocations, vocabulary, syntagmatic organization, divergence, South Slavic languages.

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