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Ov to the rescue
Petra Mišmaš, Marko Simonović, 2023, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: Slovenian, morphology, deverbal nouns, nominalizations, verbs, affix, suffixation, multifunctionality
Published in RUNG: 29.08.2023; Views: 1041; Downloads: 2
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Lexical prefixes don’t stack. And when they do?
Franc Marušič, Petra Mišmaš, Rok Žaucer, 2022, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: Slovenian, morphology, verbs, verbal prefixes, lexical prefixes
Published in RUNG: 26.09.2022; Views: 1339; Downloads: 0
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We thought it was special, but it's not : (non-)local allomorphy in Slovenian
Marko Simonović, Petra Mišmaš, 2021, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: verbs, stress, Slovenian, distributed morphology
Published in RUNG: 11.06.2021; Views: 2085; Downloads: 58
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What Slovenian unaccusatives tell us about theme vowels
Marko Simonović, Petra Mišmaš, 2021, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: Slovenian, morphology, unaccusatives, verbs, theme vowels, verbal suffixes
Published in RUNG: 16.05.2021; Views: 2207; Downloads: 55
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“Monolingual and bilingual use of the maximize presupposition principle”
Penka Stateva, invited lecture at foreign university

Abstract: This talk is an experimental investigation of the status of Maximize presupposition as an operative pragmatic principle that regulates speakers’ preferences among semantically equivalent attitude reports. We present results from two acquisitional studies. The first study explores sensitivity of 5 and 7-year old Slovenian-speaking children to the principle from a developmental perspective. The second study examines the influence of bilingualism on the use of this principle by comparing monolingual Slovenian and Italian children to early bilingual children acquiring both languages. The results suggest that while even the youngest children demonstrate adherence to Maximize presupposition in an adult-like manner, bilingualism affects performance in pragmatic tasks and constitutes a potential advantage in the relevant area.
Keywords: bilingualism, pragmatic ability, implicated presupposition, Maximize presupposition, attitude verbs
Published in RUNG: 10.05.2021; Views: 2593; Downloads: 0
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Developmental aspects of Maximize Presupposition: a view from Slovenian
Penka Stateva, invited lecture at foreign university

Abstract: n this talk I will present the results of an experimental study of young children's acquisition and use of the pragmatic principle Maximize Presupposition in the context of the propositional attitude predicates (equivalent to) know and think. We use a felicity judgement task to test the ability of 5- and 7-year-old Slovenian-speaking children to derive the factive presupposition of know and the pragmatic inference trigerred by think in accord with Maximize Presupposition. The older group of children outperformed the younger group in both conditions manifesting a ceiling performance, while the younger group showed a more mixed pattern. Our results suggest that the anti-factivity inference is mastered on a par with the ability to derive the presupposition of factivity, as predicted by contemporary pragmatic theories. The discussion will also touch upon questions about the influence of bilingualism on developing pragmatic abilities, negative transfer in the domain of pragmatics and its dependence on cross-linguistic morpho-syntactic variation among translational equivalents.
Keywords: Maximize Presupposition, language acquisition, attitude verbs, Theory of Mind
Published in RUNG: 06.05.2021; Views: 2533; Downloads: 0
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Why kl~kolj, br~ber, v~ved, but never kl~br or kolj~ber? : restrictions on the phonological shape of root allomorphs in Slovenian
Petra Mišmaš, Marko Simonović, 2021, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Keywords: Slovenian, phonology, morphology, verbs, root allomorphy, theme vowels
Published in RUNG: 29.01.2021; Views: 2567; Downloads: 69
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Slovenian verbs: Structure, stress and allomorphy
Marko Simonović, Petra Mišmaš, invited lecture at foreign university

Abstract: The talk will address three closely related topics concerning the verb in Slavic: the structure of the verbal domain, stress patterns and root allomorphy. We focus on data from Slovenian.
Keywords: verbs, Slovenian, Distributed Morphology, allomorphy, stress, theme vowels
Published in RUNG: 13.10.2020; Views: 2832; Downloads: 0
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Think globally, act locally
Marko Simonović, Petra Mišmaš, unpublished conference contribution

Abstract: Slovenian is one of the languages used as a source of data for a model of non-local allomorphy in Božič (2019). Specifically, Božič (2019: 501) argues for non-local allomorphy in Slovenian because the root of the verb can differ depending on the finiteness of the form and this interaction occurs across the theme vowel (ž-e-ti ‘to reap’ vs. žanj-e-m ‘I reap’). In this talk we will, based on observations in Marvin (2003), propose a general account of theme vowels in Slovenian as the spellout of the v head and present additional data in favor of the more traditional analysis že-∅-ti~žanj-e-m (e.g. in Šekli 2010), which only involves local allomorphy.
Keywords: verbs, Slovenian, allomorphy, stress, theme vowels, spellout
Published in RUNG: 24.09.2020; Views: 2989; Downloads: 0
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