Case and Agreement in Abaza

Statement of Responsibility:
O'Herin, Brian
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Series Issue:
138
Date:
2002
Publisher:
SIL International and University of Texas at Arlington
Publisher Place:
Dallas, Texas
Part Of Series:
SIL International and The University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics 138
Extent:
xvii, 286 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

List of Tables
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations

  1. Introduction and Background
  2. 1.1 Grammatical sketch of Abaza
    1.2 Theoretical framework

  3. Basic Case Assignment
  4. 2.1 Preliminary discussion
    2.2 Ergative Case assignment
    2.3 Absolute agreement
    2.4 The position of agreement projections
    2.5 Nesting paths
    2.6 Summary

  5. Stative Predicates
  6. 3.1 Lexical categories as heads of stative clauses
    3.2 Statives clauses are CPs
    3.3 Subject position and case assignment
    3.4 The verb ak'w

  7. Causatives
  8. 4.1 The causative of dynamic verbs
    4.2 Reflexives
    4.3 The causative of statives
    4.4 Subject positions
    4.5 Double causatives
    4.6 Conclusion

  9. Derived Inversion
  10. 5.1 The potential of ditransitive verbs
    5.2 The potential of transitive and intransitive verbs
    5.3 Reflexives and derived inverted verbs
    5.4 Interaction of the potential and causative

  11. Lexically Inverted Verbs
  12. 6.1 Inherent Case
    6.2 Inverted verbs and inherent Case
    6.3 Expletives
    6.4 Reflexives
    6.5 The potential of inverted verbs
    6.6 Lexically inverted verbs and the causative

  13. Postposition Incorporation
  14. 7.1 Oblique arguments in the verb complex
    7.2 Motivation for a postposition incorporation analysis
    7.3 The incorporation of AGR°-P°
    7.4 Adjunction positions
    7.5 Legal movement

  15. Wh-Agreement
  16. 8.1 Wh-agreement data
    8.2 The manner adverbial yač'w∂ya
    8.3 Pro-drop
    8.4 Wh-agreement under coreference
    8.5 Conclusion

Appendix
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Russia
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Entry Number:
8421