• Computer Science
  • Published 2015

LAKI VERBAL MORPHOSYNTAX

@inproceedings{Moradi2015LAKIVM,
  title={LAKI VERBAL MORPHOSYNTAX},
  author={Sedigheh Moradi},
  year={2015}
}
OF THESIS LAKI VERBAL MORPHOSYNTAX Most western Iranian languages, despite their broad differences, show a common quality when it comes to the verbal agreement of past transitive verbs. Dabir-moghaddam (2013) and Haig (2008) discuss it as a grammaticalized split-agreement to encode S, A, and P, which is sensitive to tense and transitivity, and uses split-ergative constructions for its past transitive verbs. Laki shows vestiges of the same kind of verb-agreement ergativity (Comrie 1978) by using… CONTINUE READING

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