About Some Peculiarities of Syntactic Relations of the Principal Parts of the Sentence in Abazin Language

Sergei Pazov


In the modern Abazin language the names are not сhange by the cases, don’t have the grammatical category of mood, and that’s why the grammatical relations of the subject (and object along with it) and predicate are recorded with assistance of class-personal affixes. The subject, direct and indirect object and their corresponding indicators (subject, direct and indirect objects) coincide (conform) in the person, number and class in the absolute majority of cases. However, there are cases, when such stable, double-sided connection between the basic structure-forming parts of the sentence is violated. The article deals with description of these cases.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n2s4p137

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