TITLE

Skirtingų lietuvių kalbos stilių daiktavardžių kirčiuočių dažnumas

AUTHOR(S)
ŽILINKSKIENĖ, Vida
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Man & the Word / Zmogus ir zodis;2010, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p111
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The aim of this study is to discuss the usage of stressed nouns within Lithuanian texts of different styles. It may help to understand which stressed words should be given more attention in the learning/ teaching and speaking process in order to avoid the most characteristic stress misuse that disrupts the system of a standard language. The subject of investigation is the correlations of stress paradigms of nouns within zones of large, medium and small frequency. The frequency of stress paradigms of nouns is being discussed on the basis of computerized iterative dictionaries of scientific, professional, journalese and fiction styles. The following conclusions have been drawn. The most frequent within Lithuanian texts of different styles are root stress nouns except fiction style where the number of root stress nouns is slightly higher than the number of nouns stressed at the ending. The most frequent within Lithuanian texts of different styles are nouns of 1-stress paradigm stressed on a penultimate syllable. The penultimate syllable of 2-stress paradigm has mainly rising accent. Within 3-stress paradigm more frequently used is 3b type (except fiction). Frequency of stressed nouns within Lithuanian texts of different styles varies most in fiction texts.
ACCESSION #
52287022

 

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