А THEORY OF WORD DIVISION AND A CLASSIFICATION OF PARTS OF SPEECH IN THE 1982 RUSSIAN ACADEMIC GRAMMAR
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The two-volume Russian academic grammar of the Russian Language Institute of the Academy of Sciences is the culmination of the research of a pleiad of grammariansafter the end of Vinogradov’s creative period. The present paper descriptively and analytically focuses on the study of parts of speech in the grammar. Four taxonomic features are identified through which ten parts of speech are differentiated and characterized. The classification primarily involves the morphological level of language, inflection and the generation of morphological categories in particular. Strictly and reasonably complying with morphological criteria, the authors of the grammar also propose certain nontraditional taxonomic solutions, discussed in the paper.
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