Albanian grammar, with exercises, chrestomathy, and by Martin Camaj

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Among Class II predicates, IIa–IIc with noncanonically marked A/S are found in two or three languages. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. ‘have’ Icelandic Verb Class Table 2 Gen S Gen S Gen A Gen A Gen A none none none none Gen/Obj S Gen S Gen A/S, Obj S none Gen S Gen S Gen A/S Gen S Bengali Imbabura Quechua (Nom E) Acc S (Nom E) Acc S (Dat/Nom S, Nom E) none (Dat/Nom S, Nom E) none (Nom E) none none none (Dat/Comit E) none (Dat/Comit E) none (Dat E) none (Dat E) none (Nom E) Acc A/S Dat/Nom S, Nom E none Dat/Nom S, Nom E none none none Dat/Nom S none none none Dat/Nom S, Nom E none Japanese Impersonal Impersonal none none none none none none none none Impersonal none none none none none none Amele Sio none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none Tariana parameters and properties 41 42 masayuki onishi predicates frequently take Dative/Comitative E).

2. What kind of syntactic properties do non-canonically marked arguments have in the given language (cf. §3)? 1. 2. 3. Do predicates taking non-canonically marked arguments also occur with (or have corresponding predicates that occur with) canonically marked arguments? If so, what is the semantic difference (cf. 3)? It is difficult to find clear answers to these questions in the literature. In this volume we have tried to do exactly that, and we have been able to make a number of interesting observations with regard to the questions (A) and (B) as a result of such investigations.

Among Class II predicates, IIa–IIc with noncanonically marked A/S are found in two or three languages. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. ‘have’ Icelandic Verb Class Table 2 Gen S Gen S Gen A Gen A Gen A none none none none Gen/Obj S Gen S Gen A/S, Obj S none Gen S Gen S Gen A/S Gen S Bengali Imbabura Quechua (Nom E) Acc S (Nom E) Acc S (Dat/Nom S, Nom E) none (Dat/Nom S, Nom E) none (Nom E) none none none (Dat/Comit E) none (Dat/Comit E) none (Dat E) none (Dat E) none (Nom E) Acc A/S Dat/Nom S, Nom E none Dat/Nom S, Nom E none none none Dat/Nom S none none none Dat/Nom S, Nom E none Japanese Impersonal Impersonal none none none none none none none none Impersonal none none none none none none Amele Sio none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none Tariana parameters and properties 41 42 masayuki onishi predicates frequently take Dative/Comitative E).

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