By Anna Siewierska (Ed.), Jae Jung Song (Ed.)
The 15 papers during this quantity were written in honour of Barry John Blake, starting place Professor of Linguistics at l. a. Trobe collage, Melbourne, Australia. They replicate the 3 issues that ruled his learn, specifically case, linguistic typology and grammar.
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The following table sets out the array of possibilities: Where kumpa- precedes the impf:ss verb: 1. dependent verb intransitive verbs adjacent kumpaVi verbs non-adjacent kumpatemporal Vi kumpaS Vi kumpaS loc Vi kumpaconnective S Vi 2. dependent verb transitive verbs adjacent kumpakumpaO-dat kumpaO-dat S kumpa- Vtr Vtr O-dat Vtr —Vtr 20 2 2 1 1 5 4 2 1 peter austin 26 verbs non-adjacent kumpakumpaO-dat kumpakumpakumpakumpa- S S kumpaO adv adv loc Vtr Vtr S Vtr Vtr Vtr Vtr 1 O-dat 1 Vtr 1 2 1 O-dat 1 O-dat 2 Where kumpa- follows the impf:ss verb: 1.
If (18) derives from (64′), then so should (74); but it doesn’t. Again, if (75) derives from (64′) so should (76); which it doesn’t. (18) (74) (75) (76) Harryx buttered the toasty. Jimx booked the shelfy. Jimx shelved the booky. Harryx toasted the buttery. g. (77) with (18′), or (78) with (75′): (77) butter′(x) (78) shelf′(x) 5. Conclusion The analysis presented in this chapter was inspired by certain problems that arise in the logical structures proposed for English verbs be, have, own, and give by Robert D.
Cf. 58, 59) (c) What did Max give a polish to? Who did Max give a kick to? (cf. What did Max give a polish? Who did Max give a kick? (cf. 61(b)) The preferred forms of question use the verbs kick and polish, e. g Who did Max kick, but the preference for marking the locative (including recipient) is nonetheless there. According to Van Valin (1993a:45), the most plausible solution is to postulate exceptions to the markedness constraint in the actor−undergoer hierarchy and let the recipient or experiencer outrank the theme in competition for the macrorole of undergoer with a few such verbs; presumably motivated by the personal and/or animacy hierarchy (Allan (1987), following many others).
Case, Typology and Grammar: In Honor of Barry J. Blake by Anna Siewierska (Ed.), Jae Jung Song (Ed.)