Direct and secondary object ditransitive structures in Old Romanian
In the present article we investigate the ditransitive syntactic construction involving a [+animate] direct object and a [–animate] secondary object. The configuration, which was inherited from Latin, distinguishes Romanian from the other Romance languages, in which the corresponding pattern involves an indirect and a direct object. In Old Romanian, the pattern is well represented, being encountered in all types of texts. The configuration is examined in the following areas: the verbs that allow for it; the realizations of the secondary object; its particularities in Old Romanian texts.
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Dindelegan, G. P. (2014). Direct and secondary object ditransitive structures in Old Romanian. Linguistica Atlantica, 33(2), 25–37. Retrieved from https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/la/article/view/22544