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dogdhi 'milks' = 'makes give milk' ~ duhe' 'gives [milk]', and "the accusative argument (milk, soma, etc.
In addition, this paper proposes a morphological hypothesis, namely, that agreement for nominative Case assignment between T and a nominal in Pashto monotransitives is visible while agreement for accusative Case assignment between or Voice and a nominal is invisible.
In addition, the proposed scenario works not only sociolinguistically, by relying on the common processes of bilingual transfer and functional reanalysis, but also phonetically and semantically; in fact, derivation of a marker of oblique pronouns from the accusative pronouns of one or more substrate languages is able to explain the current semantics of the augmented forms somewhat better than the alternative proposals.
By the way, the fact that na assigns accusative is also confirmed by other Slavic languages such as Czech and Russian, where the na-element is present (cf.
If the language distinguishes between the nominative and the accusative of the personal-pronoun subject such that one case shows subject-verb agreement and the other case does not show agreement, then it is the nominative that tends to show agreement and it is the accusative that tends not to show agreement.
Terescenko's Enets examples: with a nominative object (9) and with an accusative object (10), in which actual focus is on the stockyard and seeing, respectively ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
In Lowe 2013a I argue that what connects these three forms is the fact that their dependent accusatives all have the thematic role of "experiencer" in relation to the noun.
who connects sebetam with sebeta in Etana Morgan tablet i 10 (see commentary below) and other instances in which "the accusative sebettam" is "used to qualify a noun in another case.
867) does he indicate accusative plurals in -is or -es, respectively.
According to Callaway (1918: 47) it is "the Nominative of the Appositive Present Participle with an Accusative Object".
In the phrase asamsanta enam Muller expected to meet with a transitive verb and its accusative object, when he rendered it by "ihn segnen.
weard at all is AElfric (Mitchell [section] 1217), in whose usage it governs accusative (Kitson 1993: 5-7).