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RUSSIAN VERBS OF SPATIAL ORIENTATION STAND, SIT, LIE

By Prof. A.V. Kravchenko

Abstract

The semantics of Russian verbs of spatial orientation is far from being simple or trivial; complex spatial concepts categorized in these lexical items are based on a number of cognitive structures that emerge from different modes of man’s interaction with the environment

Topics: Pragmatics
Publisher: International Pragmatics Association
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:4003

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