On some basic issues of the theory of functional sentence perspective. III, On discreetness in functional sentence perspective

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K některým základním otázkám funkční perspektivy větné (aktuálního členění větného). III, K diskrétnosti (zřetelnosti) ve funkční perspektivě větné
Author: Firbas, Jan
Source document: Brno studies in English. 1991, vol. 19, iss. 1, pp. [77]-92
Extent
[77]-92
  • ISSN
    0231-5351
Type: Article
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English
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