Pseudo-Argument Affixes in Iwaidja and Ilgar: A Case of Deponent Subject and Object Agreement
Source TitleDeponency and Morphological Mismatches
University of Melbourne Author/sEVANS, NICHOLAS
AffiliationLanguages and Linguistics
CitationsEvans, N. (2012). Pseudo-Argument Affixes in Iwaidja and Ilgar: A Case of Deponent Subject and Object Agreement. Deponency and Morphological Mismatches, (1), pp.271-296. British Academy.
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<p>This chapter discusses a particular type of deponency that is found in several languages of the Iwaidjan family and involves pseudo-argument affixes on the verb. The chapter focuses on two closely related languages, Iwaidja and Ilgar/Garig, which share about eighty percent vocabulary. The uses of agreement of the pseudo-argument, the standard use of argument agreement, and the conjugational types are discussed as well.</p>
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