Griffith University Subject Verb Agreement
Note: Technical study in the framework of Gallmann 1990 on NPs marked with genetic cases, including some discussions on the agreement of (non) agreement between modifiers and no-cells in apposition/juxtaposition. (See also Schachtl 1989). Subject: Lack of concordanceCadre syntaxicFormal: MinimalismThe language is quoted: Arabic, Dutch, English, French, Hopi, Kirundi, Kinyarwanda, Swedish, Urdu/Hindi. Steven G. Lapointe. A theory of grammatical concordance. Excellent theses in linguistic language. New York. Garland. Theme: The development of the class and contract brand in Kru.
Formal syntactic framework: -Language (s) quoted: Eastern and Western Kru languages Note: This article examines the distribution and formal implementation of markers for tuning subjects and objects into different types of word sequences (V3 (SOV, OSV), V2 (SVO, OVS), V1 (VOS, VSO), free and divided) with regard to the universal preference for suffice, the principle of the head order and the diachrone syntactic hypothesis based on a sample of 237 languages. The universal suffixation preference is based on the assumption that the suffix is easier to process than prefixes. The principle of the top order adopts indenflectional affixes as the heads of their respective lexical categories and therefore predicts that Affixe suffixes should be in VO languages and VO prefixes. The diachrone syntactic hypothesis defines a preference for the morphemes that are found in the positions of the different words that led them. The study shows that there is a statistically significant correlation between concordance and word sequence type and that the link between the diachrone syntactic hypothesis and the universal suffixing preference provides the best account for the data. Only 6% of the compliance markers in the sample are not derived from the combination of these two assumptions. By comparing the results of the sample of 237 languages with those of other samples, the aim is to draw attention to the impact that zone distortions in samples can have on inter-linguistic generalizations. Stephen R. Anderson, 1984. On representations in morphology: case, correspondence and inversion in Georgian. Natural language and language theory 2.157-218.
Harris, Alice C. 1981 . Agreement N: in the former Georgias. In: Bernard Comrie (.M. note), Studies in the Languages of the UsSR. Edmonston: Language research. [Reprinted 1983 in: Papers in Linguistics 16.121-146.] Lehman, Christian. 1982 Aspects of universal and typological agreement.
In Hansjakob Seiler/Franz Joseph Stachowiak (note) Apprehension: The Linguistic Seizure of Objects Part 2 Techniques and their relationship in individual languages. 201-267. Meyerhoff, Miriam. 2000. The emergence of the Creole subject-verb agreement and the licensing of zero themes. Language variation and modification 12. 203-230. Theme: Object agreement in the Hungarian formal syntactic framework: Principles and ParametersLanguage (s) quoted: Hungarian, Turkish, Palauan. Friedrich Hoyt. The impersonal agreement is considered specific in rural Palestinian Arabic.