LINGUIST List 15.2083
Fri Jul 16 2004
Qs: Modern Greek Subordination
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- Antonio Revuelta, Modern Greek subordination
Message 1: Modern Greek subordination
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 12:27:44 -0400 (EDT)
From: Antonio Revuelta <antonio.revueltauam.es>
Subject: Modern Greek subordination
I am collecting bibliography about the Modern Greek subordination for
a book on this topic. I am interested in any publication on these and
other subtopics in connection with subordinates:
2) Their mood.
3) Their tense.
4) Their aspect.
5) Factivity (pou, na, oti).
6) Other issues.
I would appreciate any reference except all those regarding the
articles available in ''Studies in Greek Linguistics''
(http://ins.phil.auth.gr/Database/Greek/Ssearch.asp). I will post all
references received. Thank you in advance for your help.
Subject-Language: Greek; Code: GRK
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