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A dictionary of advanced Japanese grammar = 日本語文法辞典. 上級編 / A by 牧野成一, 1935- Seiichi Makino and Michio Tsutsui. 筒井通雄, ;

By 牧野成一, 1935- Seiichi Makino and Michio Tsutsui. 筒井通雄, ; Seiichi Makino; Michio Tsutsui

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2. Do morphemes which are syllable-final stops (ergative case) and agreement infixes (dative indirect object agreement) appear later in development than case and agreement morphemes which form open syllables, as results from Ezeizabarrena (1996) for agreement and Austin (2007) for case would suggest? 3. e. which encode more morphemes) appear later in development than simpler ones, as several authors have argued (Austin 2010, 2012; Brown 1973; Diessel 2004)? Is the same true of the ergative and dative cases, which are morphologically marked, compared to the absolutive case, which is unmarked?

These are the same participants who were investigated in my previous research on child Basque (Austin 2007, 2010 and 2012). The children who participated in this study spoke Standard (Unified) Basque, but several had been exposed to Bizkaian or Gipuzkoan Basque dialects as well, and used features of these dialects in their speech. All the bilingual children spoke standard Northern Peninsular Spanish, and were recruited through their schools or through acquaintances of the author. They were identified as simultaneous learners of Spanish and Basque by parental and teacher reports.

Lot-abs give aux ‘The teacher has given a lot of work to the students’ b. lot-abs give aux teacher-erg c. lot-abs give aux teacher-erg students-dat d. lot-abs give aux students-dat e. lot-abs teacher-erg give aux students-dat f. lot-abs However, each of these sentences has a slightly different reading. In Basque, elements in preverbal position tend to be focalized and receive contrastive stress (Ortiz de Urbina 1989). Therefore, in answering a question, the answer to a whword should come right before the verb.

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