Some Terminological Inconsistencies in Norwegian Syntax

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Grzegorz Skommer

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The subject of the author's considerations is the lack of agreement in the classification of subordinate sentences in Polish and Norwegian grammar. The author suggests that there is a need to base this classification on the relevant parts of a sentence, and not on parts of speech. In this way one can avoid confusion in the acquisition of subordinate clause of the Norwegian language by Poles learning Norwegian.

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Skommer, G. (2018). Some Terminological Inconsistencies in Norwegian Syntax. Studia Germanica Posnaniensia, 13, 129-132. https://doi.org/10.14746/sgp.1984.13.13
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ABHANDLUNGEN. AUFSÄTZE

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