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Slavonic-Baltic Addenda to the World Lexicon of Grammaticalization

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Slavonic-Baltic Addenda to the <italic>World Lexicon of Grammaticalization</italic>

In the present paper, the author deals with several processes of grammaticalization in Slavonic and Baltic languages. First he describes the expression of predicative possession and obligation and of future in Northern Slavonic and Baltic languages. Further, he deals with the expression of passive in Baltic languages, with examples of the grammaticalization pathway from ‘say’ to evidential in Slavonic languages, and with the origin of some complementizer markers in West Slavonic languages. Finally, he briefly discusses two Slavonic and Baltic examples for pathways leading to ‘comrade’ and ‘other’. In addition, he also discusses contactological aspects of the processes in question.

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