searching for counterexample
msgidgol at MSCC.HUJI.AC.IL
Sat Apr 28 21:01:17 UTC 2007
The terms 'topic', 'object' and 'verb' do not belong to the same
level of analysis.
>I post this query for a friend of mine, who does not have the access to
>the service. Replies can be sent to both of us. Bingfu Lu
>searching for counterexample to a conjectured implicational universal of
>argument marking I guess there is an possible implicational universal of
>word older: If the topic is morphologically marked, then the object must
>be morphologically marked, when both are in the same side of the head
>verb. If you find any counterexample in any language, please let me know.
> If correspondence is enough, I will make a summary. Best! Jin
>Lixin Shanghai International Studies University JinLixin
><<mailto:lixinjin at gmail.com>lixinjin at gmail.com>,
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