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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Filologija / Philology (H004)
Author(s): Kirijenkova, Alina
Title: M. Akelaičio "Lementoriaus, arba pradžios mokslo, sudėto mažiems wajkeliems" morfologija
Other Title: The morphology of M. Akelaitis‘ primer „Lementorius, arba pradžia moksło, sudėto mažiems wajkeliems“
Extent: 90 p.
Date: 12-Jun-2006
Keywords: the morphology;M. Akelaitis;morfologija
Abstract: The object of Master‘s graduation work is the morphology of M. Akelaitis‘ primer „Lementorius, arba pradžia moksło, sudėto mažiems wajkeliems“. Since M. Akelaitis‘ primer has not been studied from the viewpoint of linguistic, therefore the objective of this work is to register all parts of speech of in work, to reconstruct paradigms of declension and conjugation and compare them with the paradigms of common language. Thereby the morphology of „Lementorius, arba pradžia moksło, sudėto mažiems wajkeliems“ (1860) is discussed in this work. It is attempted in this work to refer to the usage of common language, all parts of speech, found in the collection of M. Akelaitis, are discussed basing on the morphological categories. The work consists of the introduction, where the topic of this work, the object and objectives are introduced, the research part, where life and works of M. Akelaitis, morphology of the work, i.e. each part of the speech (noun, adjective, numeral, pronoun, verb, participle, half-participle, verbal adverb, infinitive, adverb, particle, preposition, conjunction, interjections and onomatopoeic interjections) are discussed. The work finalized by the conclusions and table of authorities. The Master’s graduation work consists of 90 pages; there are 2 tables and 19 diagrams in this work. At the end of each section there are the conclusions of that section provided, which are illustrated using various informative charts and are summarized in the final conclusions. Therefore the Master’s graduation work is a comprehensive work of diachronic morphology, where the morphology of M. Akelaitis primer is researched. The comparative method, applied in this work, highlights the differences between the morphology of Western Highland Lithuanian and common Lithuanian languages. The conclusions, formulated at the end of this work are important to all evolution and researches of Lithuanian historical grammar.
Affiliation(s): Švietimo akademija
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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