Uporaba akuzativa bez prijedloga u suvremenom hrvatskom jeziku

The usage of the accusative without prepositions in modern Croatian language

U radu se opisuju primjeri češće uporabe akuzativa bez prijedloga u suvremenim hrvatskim medijima i razgovornom jeziku. Primjeri se takve uporabe razvrstavaju u nekoliko skupina: 1. sintagme s nepunoznačnim glagolom i be
U radu se opisuju primjeri češće uporabe akuzativa bez prijedloga u suvremenim hrvatskim medijima i razgovornom jeziku. Primjeri se takve uporabe razvrstavaju u nekoliko skupina: 1. sintagme s nepunoznačnim glagolom i besprijedložnim akuzativom, 2. glagol + *imenska riječ (A) + imenska riječ (A) < glagol + od + imenska riječ (G) + imenska riječ (A), 3. neprijelazni glagol → prijelazni glagol. Među sintagmama s akuzativom promjene se primjećuju i u sljedećoj, 4. skupini: glagol + unutrašnji objekt → glagol + hiponimni objekt (rubni izravni objekt?). Pri opisu se potvrđuje da se akuzativ kao puni, središnji padež, kojim se predmet obuhvaća u potpunosti, nameće rubnosti ostalih perifernih padeža, pr. instrumentala (kod glagola kontaktirati). Pokazuje se da su, usprkos normi koja uz glagole traženja ne preporuča uporabu dvaju akuzativa bez prijedloga, nego jednoga besprijedložnoga akuzativa (ili dijelnoga genitiva) te drugoga genitiva s prijedlogom od, uz glagol tražiti u jeziku suvremenih medija česte potvrde dvaju besprijedložnih akuzativa.
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The paper discusses the examples of more frequent usage of accusative without prepositions in contemporary Croatian media and in spoken language. Examples of such usage are classified into several groups: 1. syntagms wit
The paper discusses the examples of more frequent usage of accusative without prepositions in contemporary Croatian media and in spoken language. Examples of such usage are classified into several groups: 1. syntagms with a defective verb and prepositionless accusative; 2. verb + *nominal word (A) + nominal word (A) < verb + od + nominal word (G) + nominal word (A); 3. intransitive verb → transitive verb. Among the syntagms with the accusative case changes can also be observed in the following group, 4. verb + cognate object → verb + hyponimic object (marginal direct object?). The description confirms that the accusative as full, central case, by which an object is fully comprised, imposes itself upon the marginality of other peripheral cases, e.g. instrumental (with the verb kontaktirati). In spite of the norm that does not recommend the usage of two accusatives without prepositions with verbs of searching but suggests the usage of one prepositionless accusative (or partitive genitive) with a genitive with the preposition od, there are numerous examples of the usage of the verb tražiti with two accusatives without prepositions.
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Author:Vlasta Rišner
URN:urn:nbn:de:hebis:30:3-387092
URL:http://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=toc&id_broj=6137
ISSN:1331-6745
Parent Title (Croatian):Rasprave : časopis Instituta za Hrvatski Jezik i Jezikoslovlje
Publisher:Inst.
Place of publication:Zagreb
Document Type:Article
Language:Croatian
Year of Completion:2011
Year of first Publication:2011
Publishing Institution:Universitätsbibliothek Johann Christian Senckenberg
Release Date:2015/12/22
SWD-Keyword:Akkusativ; Direktes Objekt; Intransitives Verb; Kroatisch; Transitives Verb
Volume:37
Issue:1
Pagenumber:14
First Page:147
Last Page:159
HeBIS PPN:373960212
Dewey Decimal Classification:491 Ostindoeuropäische und keltische Sprachen
Sammlungen:Linguistik
Linguistic-Classification:Linguistik-Klassifikation: Grammatikforschung / Grammar research
Licence (German):License Logo Veröffentlichungsvertrag für Publikationen

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