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  • Aitamaginarrebak

    Haritschelhar, Jean (2006)
    Dans son article intitulé “Sobre los nombres de parentesco en vasco” et publiéd'abord dans le volume hommage à D. Joaquín Mendizábal Gortázar (Saint-Sébastien, 1956) et repris dans Estudios vascos VII. Baile, familia, trabajo (Txertoa,Saint-Sébastien, 1976), Julio Caro Baroja étudie minutieusement la famille basque ettous les liens de parenté possibles dans leur expression en euskara.

    Le basque

    Coyos, Jean-Baptiste (2013)
    Dans cet article visant à décrire l'histoire sociale de la langue basque, on trouvera des informations concernant : 1. L'aire géographique et les modifications historiques 2. Le nom de la langue 3. Les estimations du nombre des locuteurs et l'évolution historique de ce nombre 4. L'histoire de l'emploi en général, des débuts à nos jours : - L'emploi oral et son évolution - L'emploi écrit et son évolution - L'évolution historique du prestige de l'oral et de l'écrit, les formes de la conscience ...

    Dynamique de la transitivité en basque souletin : économie interne, contacts de langue et / ou nouvelle conception de l'agent ?

    Coyos, Jean-Baptiste (2006)
    International audience; At the present time in Basque Souletine dialect, there are two different ways to construct more than thirty bivalent verbs and retain the same meaning. They have a double case and indicial marking with change of the auxiliary. They are rather low verbs in a semantic scale of transitivity. Constructions with izan "to be" are rather used by older speakers, while younger Bascophones tend to use constructions with *edün "to have". For some of these verbs, however, both con...

    Antipasiboaren lekua oraiko zubereran

    Coyos, Jean-Baptiste (2005)
    In this article, the author shows that in the Basque Souletine dialect one currently finds both constructions of the passive type and antipassive type. Passive type constuctions are more common than antipassive type constuctions. The latter are, however, regarded as more adequate by the speakers. One can suppose that these constructions are older in the language. The author shows also how much it is important to study the linguistic structures and their frequency in the oral and written texts...
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