IMPERATIVES IN CONTACT. LINGUISTIC INTERACTIONS ON THE SAKHALIN ISLAND

JOSÉ ANDRÉS ALONSO DE LA FUENTE

Abstrakt

The main goal of this paper is to describe some functional and formal similarities in the expression of imperatives and hortatives in various languages which are spoken in the Sakhalin Island. The suggestion is made that such similarities might have been contact-induced language changes that resulted from two common mechanisms: structural (inflectional) borrowing and grammatical accommodation.

Słowa kluczowe: Sakhalin linguistic diversity, language contact, grammatical accommodation, imperative
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