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Argument Structure in Hindi

Argument Structure in Hindi,Tara Mohanan

Argument Structure in Hindi   (Citations: 86)
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Published in 1994.
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    • ...3.2.2 Infinitival Complements of the Permissive - related discussion in Butt (1995)...

    Rajesh Bhatt. Unaccusativity and Case Licensing

    • ...Thenominative, ergative, dative and accusative casehasbeendiscussed extensively [4,5].1 briefly present these withsomedifference ofopinion in ergative andaccusative cases...
    • ...Marked withcasemarker, kao, expresses indirect object/ recipient/ beneficiary/ receiver forditransitive verbs, the example sentence showing dative caseisshownin(3).For theargument structure ofsomeverbs thatdonottake ergative ornominative subjects, dative caseisusedfor subjects asshownin(4)...
    • ...Thenoun(ornounphrases) marked with case marker, sey arecharacterized asaninstrumental caseinmostofthe literature [4, 5]onUrduandHindi...
    • ...2.Nounmarked with'sey' caseistheactual actor oragent ofaction performed; 3.Nounmarked with 'sey' isnotactually aninstrument, but isananimate nounhaving full capability toperform action itself; 4.Nounwithergative casemarkedwith'ney' causes someone, forcefully orbyrequest, toperform action but isnottheactual actor oftheaction performed; Inaddition tocauser andcausee nouns phrases, twomore nounphrases areinvolved ...

    S. M. J. Rizviet al. Modeling case marking system of Urdu-Hindi languages by using semantic...

    • ...The situation seems to be similar in Hindi (cf. T. Mohanan 1994)...

    Josef Bayeret al. NON-NOMINATIVE SUBJECTS IN COMPARISON

    • ...The subject properties of ergative DPs is the topic of Pandharipande and Kachru 1976, Kachru, Kachru and Bhatia 1976, Verma 1976, Davison 1985, Mohanan 1994, etc...
    • ...The subject properties of dative DPs has been argued for by Davison 1969, Kachru 1970, Davison 1988 and Mohanan 1994...
    • ...Mohanan 1994 has a more extended review of subject properties, including passive sentences, and the full range of lexical cases (dative, instrumental, locative), which I omit here...
    • ...The same is true for other postpositional lexically selected cases (see Mohanan 1994 for a range of case uses for subjects and objects)...

    ALICE DAVISON. Non-nominative subjects in Hindi/Urdu VP structure and case parameters

    • ...Such object-verb agreement is not required in a language like English, but there are languages such as Hindi where verbs and objects must agree in form (in some situations)(Mohanan 1994)...

    James S. Williamset al. Parsing and Interpretation in the Minimalist Paradigm

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