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- Czech Reflexivization and the Invariance Principle Revisited
- Mirjam Fried
- The Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 48, No. 4 (Winter, 2004), pp. 627-653
- Subjects: Linguistics, American Indian Studies, Slavic Studies
- Key terms: reflexive, agent, verb, czech, transitive, semantic, syntactic, passive, patient, invariance, pattern, event, grammatical, dispositional, construction, morpheme, intransitivity, intransitive, pronominal, referential, argument, flavor, pragmatic
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