Manana Kobaidze

Manana Kobaidze
Malmö University | mah · Department of Language and Linguistics (SPS)

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The chapter is a study of the system of olfactory expressions in Georgian, Megrelian, and other Kartvelian languages, including questions of etymology and semantic extensions. Olfactory expressions in the Kartvelian languages are explored with Viberg (1984) as a point of departure, making a division into activity, experience and copulative (source-...
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consists of different nationalities. The major groups are Georgians (70%), Abkhaz (1.8%), Ossetians (3%), Russians (6.3%), Azerbaijanis (5.7%), Armenians (8.1%), Jews (0.5%), Assyrians (0.1%), Greeks (1.9%), Kurds (0.6%) (1989 census). The minorities living in Georgia have different historical backgrounds, degree of identity maintenance, status and...
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A specific feature of both Modem and Old Georgian is that case marking of subjects and objects is sensitive to the choice of tense/aspect. This paper focuses on a construction that was found in complementation in Old Georgian (5th-l 1th centuries) where alongside with finite forms, an infinitive began to develop. Generally, this was a verb-noun in...
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This paper deals with the different stages of language maintenance and language shift among some minority groups in connection with the language of education and character of settlement in Georgia. This paper is focused on the comparison of Armenian respondents educated via Russian and via Armenian, and also on Armenian respondents living in Tbilis...

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