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Free eBook Latin in Use: Amsterdam Studies in the Pragmatics of Latin (Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology, V. 8) (English and Latin Edition) download ISBN: 9050632971
Author: Rodie Risselada
Publisher: Brill (February 1, 1999)
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Is the Latin present tense the unmarked, neutral tense in the system? By: Harm Pinkster. Tandem and postremo: two of a kind? Pages: 85–116.

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Latin in Use Amsterdam Studies in the Pragmatics of Latin Rodie Risselada. Contents: Bolkenstein, A. Between brackets; (some properties of) parenthetical clauses in Latin. Jong, J. R. de: Deictic and anaphoric usage of the pronoun iste. Pinkster, . Is the Latin present tense the unmarked, neutral tense in the system? Risselada, . Postreno, tandem L: igures terga dederunt. A contrastive study of the dis-course functions of tandem and postremo.

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2009 Coherence, sentence modification, and sentence-part modification: The contribution of particles. In New Perspectives on Historical Latin Syntax, Philip Baldi & Pierluigi Cuzzolin (eds), Vol. 1, 317–441. 2014 The Noun Phrase in Classical Latin Prose.

Series: Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology (Book 17).

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Caroline Kroon is professor of Latin at the Amsterdam Centre for Ancient Studies and Archaeology and currently also.

The Use of Latin sis as a focus-marking clitic particle’, Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics . Risselada, Rodie 1993.

How to say please in Classical Latin’, Classical Quarterly 62: 731–48. Crossref Web of Science Google Scholar. Sherwin-White, A. N. 1966.

Contributions by: A.M. Bolkestein, J.R. de Jong, C.H.M. Kroon, H. Pinkster, R. Risselada