Entrant en transe, modulee a la fois par un dehanchement rythme avant de s'accroupir, puis par le battement de son tambour et la phonation inchoative
<<coo coo coo>> (evocatrice de la poule qui pond un oeuf et le couve jusqu'a l'eclosion), la devineresse entame et, puis entrecoupe son diagnostic de propos mythologiques concernant l'aube de toute vie dans l'univers du vivant.
For other examples of the -sc stem used in inchoative
verbs, see florescere, adolescere, obmutescere, and the closest analogy, consanescere.
In sum, we may suppose a lexical redundancy rule which creates intransitives from transitives inchoatives
by: (A) rnorphologically adding se, (B) assigning the object's setectional restrictions to the subject, (C) adding the intransitive feature specification [-- NP], (D) changing the polarity of the semantic feature [+causative] to minus.
Activity refers to an unbounded process that is consciously controlled by a human agent, whereas experience refers to a state (or inchoative
achievement) that is not controlled." According to these criteria, the construction tadna bakmak (lit.
Un homme dont la pensee est universelle, inscrite dans le temps et dans le mouvement, ouverte et inchoative
Lastly, -ri is an inchoative
marker in Proto-Quechuan and other Quechuan varieties but a reflexive marker in EQ--a hitherto unexplained development.
Certainly, with the revelation of the Son of God, this new reality has entered our world, but only in an inchoative
way, such as at "the time of dawn, when darkness and light are intermingled," as Ratzinger explains with reference to the commentary of St.
As regards FrameNet's semantic description of attach, two lexical units are distinguished, the first belonging to the frame "inchoative
attaching", and the second to the frame "attaching", which has already been described.
The semantic contribution of "se" is varied and far from uncontroversial (inchoative
marker, reflexive marker, passive marker, telic marker, etc.), and so are the different kinds thereof that have been claimed to exist (see references above).
The intransitive verb tiru--'get scattered' in (4a) is an inchoative
verb used to describe particles or small objects falling.
shatter, burst, etc), can participate in the inchoative
construction (The bottle broke/shattered, The tire burst).
If an entailed-result verb representing the causing event and an inchoative
verb representing the resulting event occur in sequence in the serial verb construction, these two verbs will be coerced by the construction to express a sequence of causing and resulting events without a noticeable time span.