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Cognitive semantics compared with other descriptions of case
Why the Czech dative and the Russian instrumental?
Comparison of cognitive networks the Russian dative
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accusative adjectives agent Ajtmatov am-AUX attributive instrumental captioned by schema clause cognitive model cognitive semantics comitative conduit instrumental Czech dative dative constructions dative entity dative of possession dative reflexive dative-governing verbs dative's sphere deixis describe emotional dative ethical dative event chain examples expressions Figure Fillmore framework free dative function grammatical Grepl He-NOM idealized cognitive models inalienable possession indirect object instantiated instru instrumental object instrumental of instrument intransitive giving intransitive verbs Jakobson John-DAT jsem juxtaposed Karlfk language linguistic Ludmila Ludmila-NOM him-DAT mapping markedness me-DAT mental metalanguage metonymy morphemes Mrazek narrated event nominative acts noun phrase paradigm participant peripheral Petr Pit'ha Plewes Potebnja predicate prepositional phrase prototype referent REFL-ACC REFL-DAT reflexive verbs role Russian instrumental Sally-NOM schema lb Schooneveld semantic extension sentence speaker speech-act domain sphere of control structure submeanings subnetwork subordination Svedova synonymy syntactic syntagmatic variants theory transitional us-DAT usage verbal government Wierzbicka 1980 you-DAT
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