KÁŇA, Tomáš. Deminutiva a deminutivní vyjádření v češtině, němčině a angličtině – hledání hranic (Diminutives and Diminutive Expressions in Czech, German and English – Searching for Boundaries). In Čermák, František. Korpusová lingvistika Praha 2011: 1 - InterCorp. 1st ed. Praha: Nakladatelství Lidové noviny / Ústav Českého národního korpusu, 2011. p. 168 - 185. ISBN 978-80-7422-114-9.
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Original name Deminutiva a deminutivní vyjádření v češtině, němčině a angličtině – hledání hranic
Name (in English) Diminutives and Diminutive Expressions in Czech, German and English – Searching for Boundaries
Authors KÁŇA, Tomáš (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution).
Edition 1. vyd. Praha, Korpusová lingvistika Praha 2011: 1 - InterCorp, p. 168 - 185, 18 pp. 2011.
Publisher Nakladatelství Lidové noviny / Ústav Českého národního korpusu
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Original language Czech
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 60200 6.2 Languages and Literature
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14410/11:00053277
Organization unit Faculty of Education
ISBN 978-80-7422-114-9
Keywords (in Czech) deminutiva; deminutivní vyjádření; kontrastivní lingvistika; korpusová lingvistika; čeština - němčina - angličtina; kolokace deminutiv; analytická deminutiva; deminutiva a univerzálie
Keywords in English diminutives; diminutive expressions; contrastive linguistics; corpus linguistics; Czech – English – German; collocations of diminutives; analytical diminutive; diminutives and universals
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Abstract
This is a description of searching structures o diminutives in Czech English and German and comparing them. The starting point of this study was the idea to compare diminutives in languages with very different frequency of diminutive usage. Recent studies claim diminutives can be realised not only as a synthetic form derived from a word but also as an analytic structure even “inherently” in totally different lexemes – and this all also in Czech. This study shows the differences in collocations between the analytic “diminutives” and the synthetic ones and presents an opinion poll from more than 100 native speakers. Both results show that there is no need to distinguish between the analytic and synthetic diminutives. Analytic (and other non-synthetic) diminutives obviously do not fulfil the same functions as synthetic diminutives. A short remark at the end of the article re-opens the discussion on the universality of diminutives in languages. The data (lists of parallels, collocations and examples in the questionary) were gained from the multilingual corpus InterCorp.
Abstract (in English)
This is a description of searching structures o diminutives in Czech English and German and comparing them. The starting point of this study was the idea to compare diminutives in languages with very different frequency of diminutive usage. Recent studies claim diminutives can be realised not only as a synthetic form derived from a word but also as an analytic structure even “inherently” in totally different lexemes – and this all also in Czech. This study shows the differences in collocations between the analytic “diminutives” and the synthetic ones and presents an opinion poll from more than 100 native speakers. Both results show that there is no need to distinguish between the analytic and synthetic diminutives. Analytic (and other non-synthetic) diminutives obviously do not fulfil the same functions as synthetic diminutives. A short remark at the end of the article re-opens the discussion on the universality of diminutives in languages. The data (lists of parallels, collocations and examples in the questionary) were gained from the multilingual corpus InterCorp.
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