THE ADVERBIAL PARTICIPLES IN GREEK AND THEIR FUNCTIONAL EQUIVALENTS IN BULGARIAN (BASED ON A TRANSLATION CORPUS)
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This paper focuses on the adverbial participles in the Greek language and their functional equivalents in Bulgarian translations. At the outset, we should clarify that adverbial participles exist in both languages and perform similar functions – they have adverbial use. However, there is a significant difference in the frequency of use of the participles in the two languages, and in particular – in the Greek language they are used much more widely than in the Bulgarian language. This necessitated a more in-depth study of the issue in order to establish the functional equivalents of the Greek adverbial participles in the Bulgarian language, using a translation corpus for this purpose.
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