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Title: Fokusdomäne von Gradpartikeln im Deutschen und Russischen
Keywords: particle
grading particle
focus particle
Issue Date: 30-May-2013
Publisher: European University Viadrina, Faculty for Cultural Sciences
Description: This article deals with the groups of scalar focus particles (grading particles=Gradpartikeln) in German and Russian. The aim is to provide a rough overview of similarities and differences in the syntax of 'sogar/dazhe' groups. The method is to use the term 'focus domain' (in the sense of Selkirk 1995) for internal sentence scope of a grading particle (instead of only 'focus' or only 'scope'). Focus domain is a structure sequence, which unites syntax and prosody. With this option it is possible to pay more attention to some colloquial types of constructions with grading particles. One remarkable result of this study is the fact that Russian usually regulates the position of a grading particle with prosodic criteria, while German has syntactic rules regarding the first position.
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