[B-Greek] Aspect and Aktionsart definitions
edmishoe at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 10 21:23:18 EDT 2007
I've been told that Dr. Wallace's GGBB is used by 75+
percent of the colleges and universities that offer
Greek. If that is true, then I suspect Wallace's
definitions will become the default ones.
--- Mitch Larramore <mitchlarramore at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I don't think so, but you are very close. It seems
> me that you have Aspect right, but Aktionsart is
> than what you have. To Aktionsart you add all
> together, such as grammatical aspect, lexical and
> contectual factors, and any other element that can
> influence the given verb.
> Mitch Larramore
> --- Delbert Flora <delbert.flora at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Are there agreed upon definitions for "Aspect" and
> > "Aktionsart" by most
> > grammarians/linguists?
> > Is Aspect (Perfective, Imperfective, and Stative)
> > also called Grammatical
> > Aspect?
> > Is Aktionsart (Iterative, Durative, Constative,
> > Ingressive, etc.) also
> > called Lexical Aspect?
> > Kindly,
> > Delbert Flora
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