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Grammar and Context IV: New Approaches to the Uralic Languages

6-8 June, Tartu



Organizing committee:

Liina Lindström, Kristel Uiboaed, Tuomas Huumo, Hanna Jokela, Helle Metslang, Maarja-Liisa

Pilvik, Helen Plado, Triin Todesk, Virve Vihman

Scientific committee:

Márta Csepregi (Eötvös Loránd University), Riho Grünthal (University of Helsinki), MarjaLiisa Helasvuo (University of Turku), Tuomas Huumo (University of Tartu, University of Turku), Petar Kehayov (University of Tartu), Gerson Klumpp (University of Tartu), Magdolna Kovács (University of Helsinki), Johanna Laakso (University of Wien), Liina Lindström (University of Tartu), Helle Metslang (University of Tartu), Karl Pajusalu (University of Tartu), Renate Pajusalu (University of Tartu), Ilona Tragel (University of Tartu), Virve Vihman (University of Tartu) Grammar and Context IV: New Approaches to the Uralic Languages is organised with the help

and support of:

Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics at the University of Tartu Doctoral School of Linguistics, Philosophy and Semiotics Tartu City Government European Union and European Social Fund Contents Workshop: Previous knowledge and utterance design

Workshop: Referential devices in Uralic and adjacent languages

Workshop: Syntax–Information Structure Interface in Finno-Ugric

Workshop: The aspects of aspect

Workshop: Uralic Essive

Plenary talk: Depictives and Focus in Uralic Languages

Casper de Groot Plenary talk: The Temporality of Grammar and its Coordination with the Body

Leelo Keevallik Plenary talk: Four Functions of Komi Possessive Suffixes

Gerson Klumpp Plenary talk: On the so-called so-called Finnish Passive

Maria Vilkuna Meaning and usage of the verb küleš in Mari language

Elina Ahola Mood and Modality in Hungarian

Gábor Alberti, Judit Kleiber Syntactic flexibility and prosody in marking given/new in Finnish

Anja Arnhold, Caroline Féry Word order versus stress as means of object focusing in Udmurt

Erika Asztalos Non-specific indefinites and Hungarian verb paradigms

András Bárány Context (in)dependence of Hungarian discourse markers. The case of aztán

Viola Baumann, Éva Dömötör Syntactic variation in Mansi ditransitive constructions

Bernadett Bíró, Katalin Sipőcz Evidentiality in Khanty dialects (Evidentiaali hantin murteissa)

Márta Csepregi Structure, constructions and the locus of language contact The case of Old Finnish necessives 35 Merlijn De Smit Differential object–verb agreement and information structure

Katalin É.Kiss Possessive suffixes as referential devices in Udmurt

Svetlana Edygarova Demonstratives and actions: What is the Finnish demonstrative tuo doing in requests?............ 40 Marja Etelämäki Demoting the subject: A functional distribution of impersonal constructions in Udmurt and Mari

Nikolett F. Gulyás The Essive Case in Skolt Saami

Timothy Feist «Essive» in Eastern Khanty

Andrey Filchenko Topics in Focus Position in Hungarian

Zsuzsanna Gécseg Responding to polar interrogatives in Finnish

Auli Hakulinen, Marja-Leena Sorjonen Estonian illative as a category

Petra Hebedová Functions of detached NPs in Old Finnish texts

Marja-Liisa Helasvuo, Nobufumi Inaba Multiple directives in everyday Estonian interaction

Tiit Hennoste, Andriela Rääbis Centering on overt and zero pronouns in Estonian

Helen Hint OV order in Finnish without movement

Anders Holmberg On the grammaticalization of some converb constructions in Udmurt, Tatar literary language and Mishar Tatar (Joidenkin konverbirakenteiden kieliopillistumisesta udmurtissa, tataarin kirjakielessä ja misääritataarissa)

Laura Horváth Temporal frames of reference and the function of delimitatives in Finnish

Tuomas Huumo A Dialect-Based Approach to the Finnish Essive Case

Emmi Hynönen Topic elicitation. A new look at Hungarian multiple questions

András Imrényi Structural typicalities in advanced learner Finnish: Usage-based approach towards varietyspecific multiword sequences

Ilmari Ivaska Adverbs of certainty in Finnish

Minna Jaakola Functions of the essive-translative in Tundra Nenets

Lotta Jalava Ugric Possessive Suffixes in Non-Possessive Functions

Gwen Eva Janda A case of syntactic variation: Double morphology in adpositional structures (in Erzya–Russian bilingual discourse)

Boglárka Janurik Finnish demonstrative tämä from L2 learner’s perspective

Hanna Jokela The development of complex grams in Estonian

Anni Jürine Impersonal and generic reference: A cross-linguistic look at Finnish and English narratives... 78 Elsi Kaiser On the interpretation of generic ‘zero subjects’ in Finnish: Syntactic and information-structural considerations

Elsi Kaiser Previous Knowledge and Utterance Design: The Case of Estonian jaajaa

Riina Kasterpalu On mood and modality in language death: Evidence from Finnic

Petar Kehayov Ablative as a marker of benefaction in Finnish

Seppo Kittilä On Komi demonstrative pronouns

Gerson Klumpp, Nikolay Kuznetsov Ei ole kaikki muumit laaksossa – a productive idiom construction in Finnish language (Ei ole kaikki muumit laaksossa – produktiivinen suomen kielen idiomikonstruktio)

Kristiina Kortelainen The negativity of Hungarian modal adverbs (aligha, bajosan, nehezen)

Nóra Kugler Clausal kus- (‘where’) interrogatives targeting epistemic congruence in second position......... 91 Kirsi Laanesoo Finnish Optative Construction and its Grammaticalization as a Directive Construction (Suomen kielen optatiivirakenne ja direktiiviksi kieliopillistuminen)

Yrjö Lauranto Finnish circumstantials and frame relevance. Time, place, and manner as arguments vs.

adjuncts (Suomen kielen sirkumstantiaalit ja kehysrelevanssi: aika, paikka ja tapa argumentteina vs. adjunkteina)

Jaakko Leino Borrowed function and discourse words in Komi

Marja Leinonen Variation in necessive constructions in Estonian dialects

Liina Lindström, Kristel Uiboaed L2 production of native Finnish speakers, in the light of the negative (and positive) transfer (target language is Hungarian)

Szilvia Magyar Essive in contemporary Votic

Elena Markus, Fedor Rozhanskiy On aspect’s place in the Estonian differential argument marking system

Helena Metslang Do I guess or ask? Epistemic modality as a source of interrogativity

Helle Metslang, Karl Pajusalu, Külli Habicht Previous knowledge and the format of repair-initiating polar questions

Krista Mihkels Heterogeneous case distribution in NPs in Estonian: puzzles for a theory of case

Merilin Miljan Making referents accessible in multi-party interaction

Chiara Monzoni, Ritva Laury The development of non-canonical argument structures in Finnish

Maximilian Murmann Question words with predicative function in Tundra Nenets

Nikolett Mus Intra-textual referring: referential procedures and linguistic devices – a contrastive pilot study on Estonian and Finnish news texts

Dirk Müller The role of anaphora in topic coding in Northern Mansi

Szilvia Németh Usage and development of LEE(NE)- verbs in Finnic

Miina Norvik Constructions of continuous aspect in Finnish: Contextual comparison

Tiina Onikki-Rantajääskö South Estonian demonstratives: changing or disappearing?

Renate Pajusalu The choice of the predicate form of Estonian purpose clause

Helen Plado Infinitival constructions with an unmarked object in old Hungarian and Mari. A cross-linguistic study

Péter Pomozi, Fanni Karácsony Completing and interpreting: Functions of the third person pronoun hän ‘he, she’ in reference to a co-participant in spoken Finnish

Katri Priiki Other-initiated self-repair in everyday interaction in Võro language

Maike-Liis Rebane, Tiit Hennoste, Sulev Iva Spatial opposition, visual accessibility and contrast – an experiment with Estonian demonstratives

Maria Reile Some equivalents of the Estonian subordinate clause conditional in Hungarian (Eesti kõrvallause konditsionaali ungari vastetest)

Tiina Rüütmaa Expressing temporary state of being in Mari – or how to manage without an essive case....... 131 Sirkka Saarinen Directives in teacher’s guide books (Direktiivit opettajan opaskirjoissa)

Minna Sääskilahti Verb-framing vs. satellite-framing clauses and Information Structure in Estonian.................. 134 Heete Sahkai From doubt to assumption: The Finnish verb epäillä as an example of a constructional meaning change

Jutta Salminen Intonation of different syntactic structures in relation to different semantic contexts.............. 138 Nele Salveste From a proper name to an appellative. Appellativization of given names in Finnish slang compounds (Proprista appellatiiviksi. Etunimien appellatiivistuminen suomen slangiyhdyssanoissa)

Maria Sarhemaa Attribute-Noun Agreement in the Uralic Languages: Evidence from Udmurt and Baltic Finnic Languages

Olga Schitz Acquisition of Spanish L2: Estonian referential devices and Spanish articles

Maarja Sepp Different conceptualizations in expressing ”X becomes Y” in Finnish

Mari Siiroinen How does the context disambiguate a construction? The case of the affective Finnish abstract motion construction mennä V-mA-An [go V-INF-ILL] ‘do something unwished’ (Miten konteksti disambiguoi konstruktion? Tapaustutkimus suomen kielen abstraktin liikkeen konstruktiosta mennä V-mA-An ʼtehdä jotakin epätoivottavaa’)

Jari Sivonen Depicitive in Nganasan

Sándor Szeverényi Deictic and anaphoric grounding by possessive affixes in Nganasan

Réka Zayzon The construal of aspect – The interplay of boundedness and transitivity in Hungarian........... 148 Edit Takács Deixis and the referential interpretation of conversational narratives

Szilárd Tátrai, Krisztina Laczkó The augmentative grade of verbal comparative in Komi

Triin Todesk Temporal factors of verbal aspect in Hungarian

Gábor Tolcsvai-Nagy Functions of Erzya Translative in Nonverbal Predication

Rigina Turunen Mixed dialects – mixed syntaxes. A study of openly used person forms in Border Karelian dialects (Murteet ja lauseopit törmäyskurssilla. Tutkimus rajakarjalaismurteiden avoimista persoonaviittauksista)

Milla Uusitupa Pick it up: Referential Devices in Estonian Child-Directed Speech

Virve-Anneli Vihman, Kriste Lauk Something verb-final in Finnish: The case of conditional clauses

Maria Vilkuna Transitivity in Eastern Mansi: An information structural approach

Susanna Virtanen Exploring the construal of change in Finnish translative expressions

Eero Voutilainen Intermediate stages in the grammaticalization of Northern Samoyedic objective affixes........ 164 Melani Wratil Contact information


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Organizers: Riina Kasterpalu, Krista Mihkels Language: English In interaction, both speakers and recipients do have different access to certain types of information. There is a distinction between the information that persons have rights and obligations to know from their own experience and the information to what they do not have direct access (Labov & Fanshel 1977; Pomerantz 1980). The state of knowledge is a gradient concept – it can range from situations in which the speaker may have total access to the information and the co-participant has not, to situations in which both participants have equal access to the information.

The state of knowledge plays an important role in the selection of a particular grammatical construction in a particular language. Prior studies have shown that there is a certain correlation between linguistic form and previous knowledge. „Epistemic status embraces what is known, how it is known (through what method with what degree of definiteness, certainty, recency,

etc.) and persons’ rights, responsibilities and obligations to know it“ (Sidnell & Stivers 2013:

377, for details see Curl & Drew 2008, Heritage 2012, Hennoste 2012).

The theme session aims to explore, how epistemic status is expressed through linguistic design in different kind of social actions such as questions, requests, prohibitions, etc. and in responses to them. The results of contributions can be used as a basis for comparison the connection between utterance design and previous knowledge in Finno-Ugric and other languages.

Questions to be discussed in this panel include, but not limited to, in what way grammatical realization is contingent upon previous knowledge of · epistemic asymmetries of interactants · epistemic domains of co-participants · social practices in a given society · inquired and/or acquired information.

The theme session focuses on contributions using conversation analysis but also welcomes presentations of empirical language studies with different theoretical perspectives and methods.

References Curl, T. & Drew, P. (2008) ‘Contingency and Action: A Comparison of Two Forms of Requesting’. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 41(2), 129–53.

Hennoste, T. (2012). Küsimuse vorm, episteemiline staatus ja episteemiline hoiak. Keel ja Kirjandus, 8–9, 674–695.

Heritage, J. (2012). ‘Epistemics in Action: Action Formation and Territories of Knowledge.’ Research on Language and Social Interaction, 45, 1–29.

Labov, W. & Fanshel, D. (1977). Therapeutic discourse: Psychotherapy as conversation. New York: Academic Press.

Pomerantz, A. (1980). Telling my side: “Limited access” as a fishing device. Sociological Inquiry, 50, 3–4, 186–198.

Sidnell, J. & Stivers, T. (2013). Handbook of Conversation Analysis. Wiley-Blackwell.

Workshop: Referential devices in Uralic and adjacent languages Organizers: Gerson Klumpp, Ritva Laury, and Renate Pajusalu Language: English Reference, deixis and anaphora have long been a traditional research area in linguistic pragmatics. More recently, the shift in linguistics towards functional and usage-based paradigms has afforded new perspectives on the study of reference. Some important developments include

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