The Apachean Verb, Part IV: Major Form Classes

  title={The Apachean Verb, Part IV: Major Form Classes},
  author={H. Hoijer},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  pages={247 - 259}
  • H. Hoijer
  • Published 1948
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
1. Purpose 2. Criteria for form classes 3. Neuter and active verbs 4. Class meanings of neuter and active categories 6. Types of neuter verb 6. Imperfective neuters 7. Progressive neuters 8. Perfective neuters 9. The required conjugations of the active verb 10. Choice of imperfective and perfective paradigms 11. Intransitive vs. transitive verbs 12. Active intransitive vs. active transitive 13. Neuter intransitive vs. neuter transitive 14. The function of the I classifier 15. Intransitive and… Expand
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