About one type of realization of propositional argument in Belorussian, Bulgarian and Polish
The study raises the issue of the incomplete realization of syntactic-semantic structures in Slavonic languages: in Belarusian, Bulgarian and Polish. The mechanism of syntactic compression, labeled alternatively as syntactic condensation, is perceived as a noncontextual reduction of the direct proposition’s predicate position. In the surface structure, this slot is filled by one of the arguments. In the research, the linguistic material was studied on the three levels: propositional structures, explication patterns and structural patterns (sentence models). In addition, three factors of sentence compression were investigated: semantic, cultural-cognitive (for example, semantic standards), and thematic-rematic (i.e. communicational).