Case and Grammatical Aspect in East Slavic Depictives
This chapter illustrates that the instrumental versus case agreement opposition in depictive constructions in the East Slavic languages is directly linked to a grammatical aspectual contrast, namely an instrumental case marked predicate signals that the eventuality described by the predicate is bounded in time, whereas a predicate with case agreement signals that the eventuality is unbounded.
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