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2013

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Roman model Slavic model past perfect tense Bulgarian dialects


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Vladislav Marinov, « DIFFERENT WAYS OF EXPRESSING PERFECT TENSE IN THE BULGARIAN DIALECTS », Hyper Article en Ligne - Sciences de l'Homme et de la Société, ID : 10670/1.dxlez9


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In the article are presented the different ways of expressing past perfect tense on the territory of the Bulgarian language territory. The two main constructions are: “to have” + “past passive participle” and “to be” + “past active participle”. A hybrid construction such as: “to be” + “past passive participle” appears in some of the dialects as well. The emphasis falls on dialects with two or more models of expressing past perfect tense. A general review of the theoretical foundations is made that is connected to the semantics of the past perfect tense.

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