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Agreement In Marathi

In summary, the subjunctive clause built into LDA is a restructured clause in that several functional projections are missing, including NegP, TP and CP. The restructured subjunctive clause is introduced by a Clause-Linker-s-. On the other hand, the subjunctive clause in non-LDA construction is a complete cp clause introduced by the supplement. In the next section, we focus on the mechanism of the agreement. Note that many of the proposals discussed above include, among other mechanisms of the agreement, the restructuring of the clause incorporated into Hindi LDA (see Koopman 2006; No 2013; Mahajan 2017). On the other hand, Bhatt (2005) and Boeckx (2004) propose that the restructuring of the integrated clause be sufficient to take into account LDA in Hindi. Bhatt argues that the restructured clause in Hindi-Urdu LDA is a subjective TP with an infinitive inf0 (inf0 in its terminology) that accepts a vP supplement without an external argument. Boeckx, for his part, asserts that the material incorporated in the Hindi-LDA construction is a naked VP (2004: 32). In the Marathi LDA that we are discussing here, the incorporated subjunctive clause also has restructuring characteristics, which I referred to at length in Section 5.

However, I assert that LDA and the restructuring characteristics of the subjunctive clause are still co-existing, but that LDA itself is obtained through a number of local agreements in which the verb of each clause corresponds to its own internal argument. See that there is no LDA in (46) and that the inserted subjunctive clause may manifest under the verb “feel” 2012. The agreement in non-LDA construction is roughly the same as in any single construction as (48-49). An agreement is reached in each camping matrix and in an integrated local agreement. Note that the Morpheme system occurs with a double agreement when the 2SG applicant wears either a nominative or initiative case, but not if he is wearing dative cases. For this reason, the absence of a dual agreement in the subjunctive clause of the LDA is not obvious. In (46.b), the -s on the subjunctive verb is due to the incompetent incarnate subject `of`. In LDA construction, the theme of the matrix is the only theme and dative door. Therefore, the morpheme for the 2SG subject is never displayed in the LDA context on a verb matrix or incorporated. However, the t̪ morpheme that indicates the 3PL object does not appear on the connective verb in LDA as in LDA (47).

Compare that with (46.a) above. Marathi`s subjunctive clause, which is at the heart of the discussion of this document, appears both as an incorporated clause and as a basic clause. The object of a subjunctive clause in the marathi carries the ergative or nominative case, depending on the (in-) transitivity of the verb and animacy or agentivity of the subject.4 Consider the examples in (3). If the subject has an ergative case, as in (3.a), it is in accordance with the model described above, the unmarked object morphologically controls the concordance of the connective verb. If the applicant has a nominative case, he controls the agreement, as in (3.b). 16In the absence of assistance to tension, the participant in the aspect expresses the current tense semantics as well as the demonstration agreement. In this case, the aspect head gets tense characteristics evaluated by T0 via Agree or by head movement in T0. It is possible to get the Phi features obtained by the T0 probe.

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