Re: THEORY: What is an active language?
|From:||daniel andreasson <daniel.andreasson@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, February 6, 2001, 11:22|
Làten munn (I wrote):
I seem to have been unwantedly unsubscribed. There might be some
messages in this thread that I never received. The last one I got
was Matt's reply dated Tuesday, February 06, 2001 2:24 AM (CET).
Could anyone (read: Jörg and Marcus) who sent replies after that
please repost to me?
> B) Central Pomo: if [+ control] then AGT -- UNLESS you are also
> significantly affected, then PAT.
I guess I should add that in Central Pomo, only people can be
marked as Patient.
> E) Lakhota: if [+ performance/instigation/effect] that is NOT
> necessarily [+ control] then AGT.
The difference between "performance/instigation/effect" (P/I/E)
and "control" is that something that is PIE'd needn't be controlled.
Think of sneezing. You are performing that event, but you don't
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