Koordinazioaren zenbait alderdi Duhalderen "Meditazioneak gei premiatsuenen gainean" liburuan

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Argitaratua api 2, 1986
Koldo Biguri

Laburpena

The aim of this article is to shed some light on the way in which copulative coordination functions in Basque, and, more particularly, on the phenomena that occur around the conjunction eta. It discussed how, when and with what elements coordination occurs, and focuses especially on the ellipses which generally accompany it. The article is divided into three parts, consisting respectively of analyses of the use of case endings when two or more noun phrases are coordinated, of coordination between clauses, and finally of the special use of the copulative conjunction after the perfect form of the verb, which may be the origin of the form in -ta of the participle.
   The article concentrates principally on the study of the ellipsis of case endings and auxiliary verbs, both of these being elements which, like that known as the Common Topic, are repeated in coordination and may be elided in a similar fashion.
   The data used in the study comes from the Meditazioneak... by Martin Duhalde, a clergyman from Labort, which was published posthumously in Bayonne in 1809; this work was chosen owing to the mastery and solidity of its language.

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Biguri, Koldo. 1986. «Koordinazioaren Zenbait Alderdi Duhalderen "Meditazioneak Gei Premiatsuenen gainean" Liburuan». Anuario Del Seminario De Filología Vasca "Julio De Urquijo" 20 (1):249-81. https://doi.org/10.1387/asju.7737.
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