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Valency Classes in the Worlds Languages Vol. 1

Introducing the Framework, and Case Studies from Africa and Eurasia

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        Paginationxvi, 88 p. :
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Conners ThomasBowden John and Gil David. Apart from considerations of semantic valency, this can, as is also pointed out in CGEL 14. While there exists increasing evidence that discontinuous NPs are associated with specific information structure constellations cross-linguistically, Australian languages continue to be presented in the literature as radically non-configurational, with unlimited freedom of word order.

Word Formation in South American Languages.

The three agent demoting prefixes (ki

Passives are not the only instances where the complements that function as subjects in the corresponding active sentence are not expressed.

イㇶ ih Sakhalin Ainu only. Given also that an antipassivizer may have different origins, another goal is to bridge the synchronic investigation of these markers with their diachronic description in order to provide a survey of the most common forms, which developed into an antipassive function. With respect to incorporated elements, many studies address only or primarily nouns, i. In Appendix 4 we therefore provide the verbs we chose as translational equivalents for the verb meanings in the questionnaire in each of the sample languages.

Autolexical syntax Studies in Contemporary Linguistics. This does not contradict the analysis described in CGEL 15.