Marking of subjects and objects in Lithuanian non-finite clauses: A typological and diachronic perspective

@inproceedings{Arkadiev2013MarkingOS,
  title={Marking of subjects and objects in Lithuanian non-finite clauses: A typological and diachronic perspective},
  author={P. Arkadiev},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract This article describes non-standard case-marking patterns attested in non-finite clauses headed by participles and infinitive in Lithuanian. Lithuanian is compared with other languages of the same geographical area as well as with typologically remote languages showing similar patterns. “Non-canonical” marking of subject and object in Lithuanian non-finite clauses is argued to be an instance of “complementizing” and “associating” case-marking as postulated for Australian languages… Expand
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