Applicative Causative “chimwiini Morphology”

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Applicative Symmetry in Mayrinax Atayal and Central Paiwan Chunming Wu, Chiahao Tai and Tsaili Pei National Tsinghua University Research on causative and applicative constructions has identified a small class of symmetrical languages where either of two internal arguments may pattern like the direct object of a primary transitive

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In Niuean, a high instrumental applicative is employed in causatives as a tool to extend the argument structure of a causative verb (27) (Gould et al., 2009). 34 It is proposed that the causative morpheme faka- embeds an ApplP which is headed by the instrumental applicative morpheme aki (27b). 35 (27) a.

If the same verbal base accumulates causative, applicative and passive affixes, (meaning, "having been the one for who it was filled"), we have a double intersuffixinginthe perfect:tJal-ed-its-w-e,which can be explained inthe following

The applicative morpheme is added in three predictable environments: (i) between the intensifier morpheme -iir- and the perfective aspect -ye , (ii) on causativized verbs with an applicative suffix, and verbs with the causative suffix -y- which end with the perfective aspect marker, including those which are mistakenly believed to have this.

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Multiple exponence of derivational morphology in Rarámuri (Tarahumara) Figure 1 – Suffix positions and categories expressed in the Rarámuri verb [Inner stem] S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10 S11 INCH TR APPL MOT CAUS APPL DESID EV TAM TAM Subord.

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Causative verbs are used to indicate why or how something occurs. In this lesson, we will learn about the causative verbs: let, allow, permit, make, force, require, have, get, and help.

Chimwiini is a highly endangered Bantu language, once spoken. set of verb derivation suffixes used to augment argument structures (causative, applicative, stative, and reciprocal), employs an associative construction like the one.

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causative, applicative, reversive, passive, stative and reciprocal. Following Beard (1998), among others, a distinction will be maintained between inflectional and derivational morphology in this study. Derivational morphology is considered a purely morpho-lexical process while inflectional morphology is a syntactically-motivated operation.

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the passive, applicative, causative, stative, reversive, and reciprocal, among others. The expected situation across Bantu is that a stem can contain in principle any 1We would like to thanks Myles Leitch for bringing Ellington (1977) to our attention, as well as.

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Bravanese, also called Chimwiini (ChiMwini, Mwiini, Mwini) or Chimbalazi is a variety of Swahili spoken by the Bravanese people, who are the predominant.

The verb ᐧᐁᐱᓇᒧᐧᐁᐤ wepinamaweu s/he throws it for him/her is made from the stem of the verb ᐧᐁᐱᓇᒻ wepinam s/he throws it and the verb final -aweu.Finals like -aweu, -amaweu, -shtamaweu add another participant in the event denoted by the verb. The resulting verb means doing something for someone, with someone, to someone or in place of someone.

Causative Construction in which the subject causes an event. The causative may be formed by means of an auxiliary verb or an inflectional morpheme that attaches to a verb, but the term is also applied to verbs that inherently express a relationship whereby the.

However the applicative and causative voices are found in many modern dialects. There are derivational suffixes for verbs, which carry frequentative, momentane, causative, and inchoative aspect meanings. That method of forming causative verbs is no longer productive in the modern Germanic languages, but many relics remain.

the applicative and causative are valency-increasing verbal affixes and, as such, give rise to double object constructions in Kikongo. The passive, reciprocal, reflexive and stative are valency-decreasing and, as such, they reduce the valency of the verb by one object.