KLÍMOVÁ, Eva. On the grammatical norms and word order in Italian and in English in comparison with Czech. In Feuillard, Colette. Usage, norme et codification. 1st ed. Louvain-La-Neuve: EME Éditions, 2017. p. 69-76. Théorie et Description linguistique. ISBN 978-2-8066-3579-2.
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Original name On the grammatical norms and word order in Italian and in English in comparison with Czech
Authors KLÍMOVÁ, Eva (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution).
Edition 1. vyd. Louvain-La-Neuve, Usage, norme et codification, p. 69-76, 8 pp. Théorie et Description linguistique, 2017.
Publisher EME Éditions
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Original language English
Type of outcome Chapter(s) of a specialized book
Field of Study 60203 Linguistics
Country of publisher Belgium
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Publication form printed version "print"
RIV identification code RIV/47813059:19240/17:A0000178
Organization unit Faculty of Philosophy and Science in Opava
ISBN 978-2-8066-3579-2
Keywords in English word order; Italian; Czech; English; grammatical principle; principle ot the information structure;
Tags International impact, Reviewed
Changed by Changed by: doc. PhDr. Eva Klímová, Ph.D., učo 48896. Changed: 29/3/2018 13:39.
Abstract
The contribution is intended to deal with word order in three typologically different languages, i.e. Italian, Czech and English, with respect to the grammatical norms applied in written language, and its variations in spoken language. At the same time, principles that operate in linear arrangement of the sentence in given languages will be treated. While Italian is described as a language in which the operation of the grammatical principle is limited and the possibilities to modify word order are considerable, although some word order modifications are considered as proper only to the spoken language, English is described as a language in which the grammatical principle plays the decisive role and word order is grammaticalized. Czech is presented as a language with the predominance of the principle of the information structure of the sentence and hence almost free word order.
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