Beasmenis būtinybės veiksmažodis reik(ė)ti : modalinių reikšmių susidarymas

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Jasionytė-Mikučionienė, Erika; Šinkūnienė, Jolanta;
(2017)

The focus of the paper is on the frequency, distribution patterns and semantic profile of the necessitive impersonal reik(ė)ti ‘need’ in old and contemporary Lithuanian texts. The study employs corpus based quantitative and qualitative analysis to investigate the patter... View more
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