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Serial Verbs and Complex Paths in Klallam

@inproceedings{Montler2008SerialVA,
  title={Serial Verbs and Complex Paths in Klallam},
  author={Timothy Montler},
  year={2008}
}
Klallam expresses complex paths in constructions that involve series of motion and location verbs. When no medial legs are mentioned, the end legs (source and goal) of a path are denominal verbs marked by prefixes meaning ʻgo toʼ, ʻgo fromʼ, and ʻbe atʼ. Medial legs, marked by a verb meaning ʻgo viaʼ, differ from end legs in that their constituent structure must include a prepositional phrase specifying the trajectory or manner of motion. When a medial leg is specified, a goal appears as a… Expand
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