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1981, 31-64. : Cambridge University Press. D0STÄL, Antonin 1954 Studie o vidovém systému ν staro-slovènStinè. gogické nakladatelstvi. Praha: Státní peda- DOWTY, David R. 1972 'Studies in the Logic of Verb Aspect and Time Reference in English'. Austin: The University of Texas. (Dissertation) FORSYTH, J. 1970 A Grammar of Aspect. ) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press HOPPER, Paul J. ) 1982 Tense-Aspect: Between Semantics and Pragmatics. ) Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 36 LINDSTEDT HULT, Α.
It is primarily the boundedresultative classes that have a tendency to form the imperfective aspect. The rest of the aspectual classes form aspectual pairs to a lesser extent, since their initial verbs are non-bounded, although this factor may not always be considered as decisive. Within the resultative classes, aspectual pairs are freely formed by verbs containing the feature of ingressivity or processual pantivity (cf. ). The group contains all qualitative-resultative classes (prosuSit'/prosuSivat' drain', vybrit^-vybrivat' attenuative feature (podkrasit '/podkraäivat' nadlomit'/nadlamyvat' pisat'/perepisyvat' 'dry, 'shave'), all quantitative-resultative verbs with the 'apply rouge/to one's lips/', 'break'), all resultative-circumstantial verbs (pere'rewrite', predreSit'/predreSat' 'decide in advance', podgotovit '/podgotavlivat ' 'prepare'), resultative-intensive verbs with the feature of an active subject (vyprosit'/vypraSivat' 'get, urgently request', perekormit '/perekarmlivat ' 'feed to repletion') and others.
The apparently simple sentence must be analysed as GENERIC: I in-one-life: (P I(P(I(P))): many-times: (I man-shed-his-skin (P))) NESTED ASPECTS 33 In the following sentence there is a triple aspect: (25) She coughed during the whole concert . e. a delimited series of coughs. Li & al. e. sentence level example (25) is perfective, for we cannot say *when she coughed during the whole concert, all the lights suddenly went off10. Not every layer of nested aspectuality needs a formal expression in syntax.
A Text Book Of Professional Communication Skills and Esp for Engineers and Professional by S.D. Sharma,Subhash Ranade