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This chapter explains the study of the verbal system of the Indo-European parent language and its daughter languages in recent decades. The study of the verbal system addresses the connection between the findings of the Indo-European and the Slavic research and represents the continuity of the diachronic development of Slavonic in the verbal morphology corresponding to the modern knowledge. The chapter describes the development of the conjugation system of the Proto-Slavic. The development of the morphological skeleton of the Slavic verb is also considered in the study. Paradigmatic Aorist types are traditionally assumed in the Slavonic. In this study Aorist is basically distinguished between a Slavic asigmatic and a Slavic sigmatic. The development of the Proto-Slavic Aorist stem is considered in parallel to the development of the present stem of the verb. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: conjugation system; diachronic development; Indo-European parent language; morphological skeleton; paradigmatic aorist; proto-slavic; slavic asigmatic; slavic sigmatic; verbal morphology



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