On the use of the gerund in –č in the Slovene dialects contiguous with friulian*
Keywords:On the use of the gerund in –č in the Slovene dialects contiguous with friulian*
With the following observations on the use of present gerunds in Slovene, promp ted by Jan Baudouin de Courtenay's Dictionary of the Ter Dialect (BdC Mss), and by Stanko Škerlj' s Syntaxe du participe présent et du rondif en vieil italien (Škerlj 1926), we wish to contribute to a better understanding of the evolution of the participle-gerund constructions in Slovene. The Aspect of the problem raised in the discussion links, symbolically as it were, the Slavic and Ro mance evolutions in the microcosm of little known Slavic--Rhaeto-Romance language contacts, and may be of interest to both Slovene and Friulian philology.
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