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The Language Of Texts Contained In B

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This chapter focuses on the occurrence of what appears to be the most prominent features concerning the syntactic changes. These are: (1) Subordinate clause with ut, quia or quod instead of accusative + infinitive (AcI) or nominative + infinitive (NcI); (2) Substitution of oratio oblique with direct speech; (3) Finite use of the present participle; (4) Use of the ablative of the gerund instead of present participle; (5) Use of coepisse/incipere + infinitive instead of conjugated verb in past tense, historical present, absolute ablative, participle or gerund; (6) Periphrastic use of debere + infinitive expressing future; (7) Use of facere + infinitive; (8) Use of unus as indefinite article; and (9) Use of preposition instead of case.

Keywords: Bamberg (B); language



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