Contact-Induced Progressives in Iranian Languages: A Typological Comparison of Caucasian Tat and Bashkardi

Abstract : The progressive manifests itself in various ways across Iranian languages. The evolution of this category, influenced to some extent by internal factors and sometimes by language contact, presents an interesting case of parallel development in related languages that are geographically very distant from each other. This presentation will demonstrate a parallel development of a specific type of synthetic progressive in two allegedly Southwestern Iranian languages: Muslim Tat (MT), spoken in northeastern Azerbaijan, and Bashkardi (Bš), spoken in southern Iran.
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Timur Maisak et al. Historical Linguistics of the Caucasus, Apr 2017, Paris, France. Daghestanian Scientific Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Insitute for language, literature and art, pp.98-102, 2017, Historical Linguistics of the Caucasus : Book of abstracts. 〈http://immocal.ifeaistanbul.net/paris2017conf/〉
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Agnes Korn, Murad Suleymanov. Contact-Induced Progressives in Iranian Languages: A Typological Comparison of Caucasian Tat and Bashkardi. Timur Maisak et al. Historical Linguistics of the Caucasus, Apr 2017, Paris, France. Daghestanian Scientific Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Insitute for language, literature and art, pp.98-102, 2017, Historical Linguistics of the Caucasus : Book of abstracts. 〈http://immocal.ifeaistanbul.net/paris2017conf/〉. 〈hal-01516383〉

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