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    But there are languages in which a small set of verbs mark their subjects in Non-canonical Marking of Subjects and Objects. Editors. Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald. Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, R. M. W. Dixon & Masayuki Onishi (eds.), Non- canonical marking of subjects and objects (Typological Studies in. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Apr 1, , Thomas Stolz and others Non-canonical marking of subjects and objects, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John.

    (PDF) Imperatives and commands, by Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald Furthermore, Aikhenvald distinguishes canonical from non-canonical. imperatives. . On the one hand, ―since the person of the imperative subject is observes that objects often carry less marking in imperatives than in declaratives. Her. Non-canonical marking of subjects and objects. Ed. by Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, R.M.W. Dixon, and Masayuki Onishi. (Typological studies in language ). Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, R.M.W. Dixon, and Masayuki Onishi. The typology of such a non-canonical marking has not yet become the sub- ject of a (1) the properties of the canonically marked subjects and objects and their application to .

    Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald; R.M.W. Dixon & Masayuki Onishi (eds.), Non-canonical marking of subjects and objects, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, . Thomas Stolz. Published Download full text pdf. Keywords: Typology. But there are languages in which a small set of verbs mark their subjects in Non-canonical Marking of Subjects and Objects. Editors. Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald. Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, R. M. W. Dixon & Masayuki Onishi (eds.), Non- canonical marking of subjects and objects (Typological Studies in. Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald; R.M.W. Dixon & Masayuki Onishi (eds.), Non-canonical marking of subjects and objects, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Furthermore, Aikhenvald distinguishes canonical from non-canonical . On the one hand, ―since the person of the imperative subject is observes that objects often carry less marking in imperatives than in declaratives. Her.

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