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2. The hierarchy of the lexical-semantic category of aspectuality For the description of the hierarchic levels of the category of boundedness/ non-boundedness we suggest the following concepts: aspectual classes, character of action and type of action. 1. Aspectual classes The aspectual classes in the verbal lexicon represent general features (morphologically characterized and non-characterized) of lexical meanings, which signal certain peculiarities of the manifestation of boundedness/non-boundedness of the signified action, that is, variants of the meanings of boundedness/non-boundedness themselves.
Sofija: Nauka i izkustvo, 134-165. KOSCHMIEDER, Erwin 1934 Nauka o aspektach czasownika polskiego w zarysie. Pròba syntezy. ) Wilno. LEINO, Pentti 1982 'Lauseet ja tilanteet. Suomen objektin ongelmia'. I-II. Helsinki. ) LEINONEN, Marja 1982 Russian Aspect, "temporal'naja lokalizacija", and Definiteness/ Indefiniteness. ) Helsinki: Neuvostoliittoinstituutti (Institute for Cultural Relations between Finland and the USSR). LI, Charles N. & Sandra A. THOMPSON & R. '. ) 1982, 19-44. LYONS, John 1977 Semantics, I & II.
It BITE him in the leg. ) It DIE Sent. 165 Verb 1 No. of categories: 32 (Do you know what happened to me yesterday? I WALK in the forest. Suddenly I STEP on a snake. It BITE me in the leg. Verb 1 No. ) He COUGH once Sent. 162 Verb 1 No. of categories: 31 (Do you know what happened to me Suddenly I STEP on a snake yesterday? ) Sent. 99 Verb 1 No. ) He WRITE the letter in an hour Sent. 101 Verb 2 No. of categories: 31 (Last year, the boy's father sent him a sum of money) When the boy GET the money, he BUY a present for the girl Sent.