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Slavic lexicography at the beginning of the 21st century. Proceedings of the international conference. Prague 20. – 22. 4. 2016
Niševa, Božana ; Blažek, David ; Krejčířová, Iveta ; Skwarska, Karolína ; Šlaufová, Eva ; Vašíček, Michal
Proceedings of the international conference which took place on April 20 – 22, 2016 at the Czech Academy of Sciences Headquarters, Národní 3, Praha 1 as a part of the international cooperation between the Institute of Slavonic Studies CAS and the Prof. Lyubomir Andreychin Institute for Bulgarian Language BAS (2013–2016). In the book theoretical and practical knowledge of Slavic lexicography at the beginning of the new century is presented within the broad Slavic context.
Morphosyntactic valency of verbs in Croatian and Czech language and a valency distionary of Czech and Croatian verbs
Živko, Maja ; Nehring, Dieter (advisor) ; Samadržija, Marko (referee) ; Skwarska, Karolína (referee)
The aim of this dissertation is to analyze the morphosyntactic valency of Verbs in Croatian and Czech language by using the contrastive method. The introduction shows the development of the syntactic theory of valence from L. Tesnire until today. Here are explained disputable questions about the theory of valence, and also types of valence positions and the number of valence components. In the main part of dissertation are described similarities and differences of the morphosyntactic valency of verbs in Croatian and Czech language by using the contrastive method. The Chapter Cases without preposition in Croatian and Czech language shows which verbs requires in Croatian and Czech language valence components without prepositions in nominative, genitive, dative, accusative and instrumental. The Chapter Preposition Valence shows what kind of valence positions some prepositions in Croatian and Czech language have. Prepositions which are described in dissertation are: without, to, by, along, within, around, toward, except, but, beside, out of, beyond, between, over, above, in, on, at, from, of, with, off, under, bellow, beneath, for, because of, in front of, before, ahead of, against, through, with, near...The Chapter Infinitive as a valence component describes which verbs have infinitive as a valence component...
Semantic diatheses in Czech and other Slavonic languages
Skwarska, Karolína
In the presented paper different types of so called semantic diatheses in Czech, Russian and Polish are examined. Diathesis is understood as a relation between two constructions of the same situational content and one verb lexeme, which are syntactically structured in different ways. The comparative approach is emphasized – the differences among languages are studied on surface and deep layers. We analyze certain semantic groups of verbs and their ability to function as a basic member of specific diatheses. Very complicated relations are demonstrated on lexemes léčit, prořezat and its Polish and Russian counterparts.
The Competition of Object Complement Cases.The Investigation into the syntactic-semantic Theme on Corpora material
Skwarska, Karolína
The paper shows the methodological aspects of the work with corpora using examples from them for the syntactical-semantic theme.

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