Extended Exponence by Enrichment : Argument Encoding in German , Archi , and Timucua

  title={Extended Exponence by Enrichment : Argument Encoding in German , Archi , and Timucua},
  author={Gereon M{\"u}ller},
This paper is concerned with a principled approach to cases of extended (or multiple) exponence, as postulated in Matthews (1972, 82) for Greek verb inflection (perfect forms in particular), and in Matthews (1974, 149) for English verb inflection (among other phenomena). Extended exponence characterizes those cases of morphological realization where a single morpho-syntactic property seems to be expressed by more than one exponent (i.e., inflection marker, in the cases to be considered here… CONTINUE READING
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