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dc.contributor.authorLudwicki, Antoni-
dc.contributor.authorŠkodová, Svatava-
dc.identifier.citationBohemistyka 2018, nr 3,
dc.description.abstractThe paper deals with the use of the expression ty vole ( that can be translated as man/dude/shit) in the current Czech language. Through the qualitative analysis of the material of spoken Czech corpora, the contribution demonstrates that this originally vulgar expression in contìmporary Czech has lost its mischievous content in some contexts and it is used also with other meanings than vulgar or depreciative. At the same time, it is possible to observe the shift in its morphological classification, at present it is not always possible to characterize its form as a vocative of the substance of a word vùl/ox, i.e. also its position in the contacting function as addressing a communication partner, but it is formally ceased and it functions as a particle. Paralelly with it, it acquires new communication functions. The aim of the analysis is to describe the communication acquires new communicative functions. Corpus analysis is accompanied by an elicitation research probì among foreign students of Bohemistics. The aim of the elicitation is the individual interpretation of contexts and goals of using the vocabulary of ty
dc.publisherKomisja Slawistyczna PAN, Oddział w Poznaniu, IFS UAM, Wydawnictwo PROpl
dc.subjectty volepl
dc.subjectcontemporary Czechpl
dc.subjectinformal Czechpl
dc.title»Ty vole« jako multifunkční komunikační prostředek v současné češtiněpl
dc.title.alternative»Ty vole« as a multifunctional means of communication in contemporary Czechpl
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