Re: THEORY: Tukang Besi (was Re: THEORY: Cross-Referencing the Arguments of Consecutive Verbs, And Similar Things)
|Date:||Friday, July 1, 2005, 19:03|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David J. Peterson" <dedalvs@G...>
> I have kind of a response, but not a specific one. I had some
> trouble trying to picture what you were describing. Examples
> would be helpful. :)
I gave examples of the waw-consecutive and the serial-verb earlier,
I forgot to include examples about switch-reference.
Here is a place for a simple definition and discussion:
Some examples are discussed in
Also, each one of
all have examples and discussions of switch-reference systems, though
I don't know which ones are better for the purposes of illustrating
my question. (Or for that matter, whether any of them contains the
best available answer; if one of them does, either "the best
available answer" is pretty hard to understand, is not complete yet,
or takes an awfully long time to read --- probably all three.)
Don't look at all of them if you don't have the time.
I hope somebody has fun with this.
Tom H.C. in MI