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Accusative Case Agreement

When used with prepositions n and b, the battery means movement in the corresponding direction or direction. In general, the battery is formed from nominomic singularnomes with the help of the following endings: -, – , – , – , -, – (singular); — -, — (plural). In most cases, you should delete the last letter from the name and add one of these endings (-less — more — — – – . . . The good news is that in some cases, the accuser is similar to nominative and genius. Engineering is the property used to indicate that one thing is in possession, controlled or related to another. Genius: property; for the indication of the property. A second version of each language was also created and used (in a separate iteration of the experiment) in which the case marker -pa was simply removed, in accordance with the fact mentioned above that the nominative/absolute case tends mainly to be carried out in morphological. In the “no-pa” version of the ERG-ERG language, the verb was consistent with the name without a case marking. Given the trend, which was also discussed above, that the verb first agrees with nononomas without intractable fall morphology, we wanted to control this as a potential decomposition. We have included these variants of both languages if an agreement with morphologically unmarked nominal values is critical to the acquisition process. In fact, it has not been seen as below.

The 4 second sentences in each column in Table 2 are transitory sentences. Here, is only used as a rental marker in both languages to mark a non-argumental addition. In both languages, the verb is consistent with the theme, with the essential difference that the subjects are absolute (i.e. marked as transitory objects) in the ERG-ERG and nominative language (i.e. as transitive subjects are marked) in the language of the ACC-ERG. As in both languages, the verb corresponds to the object in transitory sentences, both display a pattern of ergative verbal concordance. The only difference between the two languages is therefore the identification of unexual materials. In the ERG-ERG language we have “pa-girls ne-playground laughed-i”. Here appears the fall marking used with the object in the transitory sentences, pa-, with the subject of the inexitatives.

Therefore, case marking follows an errative pattern in this language. On the other hand, we have in the ACC-ERG language “ku-girls ne-playground laughed-i”. Here the fall marking used with the subject in transitory sentences appears, ku-, even with the subject in intransitatives, so that the fall marking follows the accusative motive in that language. In Russian, the accuser is used not only to indicate the direct object of an action, but also to indicate the target or target of the movement. It is also used with some prepositions. The prepositions and , both can be accusatory in situations where they indicate the target of a movement. Thanks to the public at Cambridge University SyntaxLab and at the workshop on acquiring L2 orientation models in different languages: case and agreement (Gant) for helpful reviews and suggestions. Thanks also to two anonymous reviewers for their very helpful comments.

All mistakes are ours. The battery case is called in Arabic (an-na-b) and has many other uses in addition to the mark of the subject of a verb. In ancient English, the objects of most prepositions (“of,” which takes genius, and “to,” which can take the accusative, the more usual exceptions) take the dative case. One theory that is responsible for the appearance of battery systems is that of functional pressure. If this theory applies to languages, it deals with the different needs and constraints of thought for a linguistic community. It has been proposed that languages have evolved to meet the needs of their users. These communities will develop a system that works to meet the needs they have.