|From:||Andrew Strader <guido@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, April 21, 2002, 20:08|
An interesting question has been brought to my attention, and I would like
to get a broad linguistic perspective on it. Are there natural languages
which exhibit subject-verb agreement in which it happens that when the
subject consists of a pronoun and a noun, the pronoun can be elided, making
an apparent disagreement between the verb and the subject? Such a language
would demonstrate the following structure:
"John and I go."
And of course, does anyone incorporate such a thing in their conlang(s)?