By Igor Nedjalkov

ISBN-10: 0415026407

ISBN-13: 9780415026406

First released in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.

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The categories of voice, modality and aspect may be retained in the participial forms functioning in noun clauses. The participle in object noun clauses should be inflected for agreement with its subject, and in the case of noncoreferentiality of subjects also for the definite accusative case. Reflexive possessive markers of agreement refer to the subject of the superordinate verb, personal possession markers imply that the participle has its own subject which is non-coreferential with the subject of the main verb.

172) b. Ulle mine-b-d'eri-n purta emer bi-si-n. ' (173) a. poss pot there loku-cha-d' ara-n. ' (173) b. Sirba ule-b-d'eri-n kalan tadu loku-cha-d'ara-n. ' In one of the northern dialects (Xantajskij) L. M. Brodskaja (1977) found a very specific type of relative participial construction, in which the attributive participle has a different case suffix from that of the head noun. The case form of the head noun is obviously conditioned by the syntactic properties of the main verb, whereas the case form of the participle expresses semantic relations existing between the verb stem of the participle itself and the head noun (cf.

G. questions in the function of requests), though it is possible to ask the addressee if (s)he is willing to perform an action. This may be interpreted as an invitation to perform this action: (113) D'u-la-vi suru-mu-d' e-nni? ' The indicative forms may also be used in such speech acts as promising (silba- 'promise'), naming (gerbit- 'name') and others. 2. 1. General subordination markers Subordination is marked predominantly by verbal inflection (participial and converbal forms) or by conjunctions preceding the subordinate clause with the indicative mood verb form.

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