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  • Question 1 :
  • The term "genitive-accusative" refers to the use of genitive form in accusative function. It is a __________ that has grown and been generalized from a special distinction in old Russian to the broad category of animateness in modern Russian. Genitive-Accusative in the Laurentian Primary Chronicle, Orrin Frink, The Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Summer, 1962), pp. 133-137, doi:10.2307/3086099
    1. phenomenon
    2. phenomena
  • Question 2 :
  • That is, besides the usual epistemic operators which take care of agenthood, modal operator epistemology also includes temporal operators to deal with dynamic _________, and alethic operators to handle forcing strategies.
    1. phenomenon
    2. phenomena
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