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The aim of our paper is to present noun phrase ellipsis as a cohesive tie in the Macedonian language. We will start our paper briefly discussing a few definitions of the term ellipsis, emphasizing our understanding of this term, and more concretely its meaning when occurring in the NP. Namely, we define ellipsis as a complex phenomenon. In linguistics, it means the omitting of linguistic elements that need to be understood from the context, where the recipient should adequately fill the grammatically allowable gap. Then we will refer to different kinds of ellipsis in Macedonian, starting with our main issue - ellipsis in the noun phrase. Elliptical NP is cohesive and usually refers anaphorically to another NP. But the main question is how much of the full noun phrase is involved in the elliptical NP in Macedonian. For that purpose, we will analyze examples to define which elements of the NP can be omitted and under which conditions. Examples of cataphoric ellipsis are also included. When there is an ellipsis of the center of the phrase, the other element of the NP functions as the center of the phrase. For more precision research, we will use examples of different functional styles in Macedonian. The examples will be given first in Macedonian (M), and then translated into English (E). Our conclusion will be presented through graphs.

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The mechanism underlying constructing of lexically correct sequences of words is an object of attention both in theoretical and applied fields of linguistics. This paper reveals some aspects of modelling the patterns of semantic valence in noun phrases of NN (Noun+Noun) structure, one or both components of which contain the ‘person’ semantic tag. The research is based on the Corpus of Ukrainian and performed with the help of automatic language processing.

Noun Phrases with Suffix -nya as a Definite Marker in Colloquial Jakartan Indonesian Norma Gesita1, Totok Suhardijanto2 Department of Linguistics Faculty of Humanities Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia norma.gesita@ui.ac.id1, totok.suhardijanto@ui.ac.id2 Abstract Indonesian language does not have a special article to mark definiteness nor indefiniteness. Although Indonesian does have suffix -nya that can serve as a definiteness marker, its uses Colloquial Jakartan Indonesian are very broad and have various meanings. Employing a corpus

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The paper singles out English orientating constructions which refer to constant coordinates meant to position situational changeable entities, e.g. at eye level, on hand, in part, in detail. The analysis of constructions denoting location reveals their entrenchment in mind in the basic – articleless – form representing situation coordinates on the superordinate categorization level. Orientating constructions have two discursive variants depending upon the article in their structure: definite and indefinite. The definite article refers to the reference points imposed by a particular situation which is signalled by the combination of orientating and extending constructions while the indefinite article points to the establishment of new coordinates.

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