|Naslov:||AUXILIARY AND OTHER FUNCTIONS OF VERBS BE AND HAVE AND THEIR EQUIVALENTS IN SLOVENE|
|Avtorji:||Poslek, Karla (Avtor)|
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|Datoteke:|| UNI_Poslek_Karla_2013.pdf (1,32 MB)|
|Vrsta gradiva:||Diplomsko delo (m5)|
|Tipologija:||2.11 - Diplomsko delo|
|Organizacija:||FF - Filozofska fakulteta|
|Opis:||The thesis titled Auxiliary and other functions of verbs be and have and their equivalents in Slovene represents the theory of a verb in general and the verbs be and have in different functions and tenses. The theory of aspect and also the theory of the following tenses or aspects were precisely analyzed: the present progressive, the past progressive, the present perfective, the past perfective.
The empirical part was based on the two mentioned verbs. We used Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code and Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice to look for and analyze the verbs in different tenses or aspects which were transcribed in English and Slovene. We reduced the verbs only to the progressive and the perfective aspect and analyzed the use of them. At the end, we counted the verbs and made the analysis of American and British use, and we also analyzed how the aspects are translated in Slovene. On the basis of the research we realized that the verb have is diminishing in the present perfect in American English, whereas the past progressive use is increasing. What is more, we ascertained that the present and the past perfective in Slovene are mainly translated in the past tense and that the progressive is keeping the duration in translation.
The methodology of the thesis was based on the empirical part, where the method of analysis and synthesis was used, and also on the theoretical part, where the descriptive method was used. |
|Ključne besede:||verb be, verb have, the progressive aspect, the perfective aspect, Slovene equivalents, The Da Vinci Code, Pride and Prejudice|
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