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  • ISBN 0858835215
  • ISBN13 978-0858835214
  • Language English
  • Author Marit Kana Vamarasi
  • Publisher Australian National University (1999)
  • Pages 173
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This is an analysis of the sentential syntax of Bahasa Indonesia from the theoretical perspective of Relational Grammar. Separate chapters deal with intransitive verbs and the Unaccusative Hypothesis, advancements to subject (passive), advancements to direct object, ke- -an adversatives and clause union, ascensions, and equi constructions. The syntactic functions of the affixes di-, meN-, -i, -kan, per- -an, peN- -an, and ke- -an are all addressed.

This is an analysis of the sentential syntax of Bahasa Indonesia from the theoretical perspective of Relational Grammar.

This is an analysis of the sentential syntax of Bahasa Indonesia from the theoretical perspective of Relational Grammar. Separate chapters deal with intransitive verbs and the Unaccusative Hypothesis, advancements to subject (passive), advancements to direct object, ke- -an adversatives and clause union, ascensions, and equi constructions.

Pacific Linguistics D-93 . Masalai Press has been selling books on the internet since 2000, and has been involved in book selling since 1985. Customer service and accurate descriptions are a priority. This is an analysis of the sentential syntax of Bahasa Indonesia from the theoretical perspective of Relational Grammar. Masalai Press specializes in books about the Pacific Islands, especially Papua New Guinea.

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Grammatical Relations in Bahasa Indonesia. Pacific Linguistics D–93. 24/ PAUL KROEGER Verhaar, J. 1980. Theori Linguistic dan Bahasa Indonesia. Yogyakarta: Kanisius.

D-93 Grammatical Relations in Bahasa Indonesia Vamarasi, Marit Kana. The syntactic functions of the affixes di-, meN-, -i, -kan, per- -an, peN- -an, and ke- -an are all addressed.

Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press VAMARASI, Marit Kana (1999) Grammatical Relations in Bahasa Indonesia. Pacific Linguistics series D-93. 17 TimHassall VERHAAR, J ohn . 1983) On the syntax of yang in Indonesian. In Amran Halim, Lois Carrington and . Wurm (Eds), Papers fromthe Third International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics, Vol 4: Thematic Variation. Pacific Linguistics Series C-77, pp 43-70 VERHAAR, J ohn . 1989) Syntactic ergativity in contemporary Indonesian.

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Vamarasi Marit Kana (1999) Grammatical relations in Bahasa Indonesia. Pacific Linguistics, CanberraGoogle Scholar.

Our analysis implies that both lexical specification and structural determination are involved in determining the ive distinction. Vamarasi Marit Kana (1999) Grammatical relations in Bahasa Indonesia. Unaccusativity as telicity checking.

Indonesian: a Comprehensive Grammar. Vamarasi, Marit Kana. Grammatical relations in Bahasa Indonesia. Pacific Linguistics D-93. Canberra: The Australian National University. Van Valin, Robert . Jr. and Randy J. LaPolla. Syntax: Structure, Meaning and Function. Cambridge: Cambridge Unviersity Press. 2005. Exploring the Syntax-Semantics Interface. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Morphological marking of grammatical relations may appear on either the head or the dependent member of the .

Morphological marking of grammatical relations may appear on either the head or the dependent member of the constituent (or on both, or on neither).