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Record #154581:

Morpheme order and semantic scope: word formation in the Athapaskan verb / Keren Rice.

Title: Morpheme order and semantic scope: word formation in the Athapaskan verb / Keren Rice.
Author(s): Rice, Keren.
Date: 2000.
Publisher: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Abstract: Offers typological survey of morpheme ordering in Athapaskan verbs, with implications for both synchronic grammar and language change. Shows that verb structure, so far from being templatic and essentially without principle, is in fact widely predictable across languages if appropriate syntactic factors and an overarching principle of semantic scope are taken into account.
Keywords: 80 -- General questions of linguistics and literature. Philology.
809.712 -- Na-Dene, Athapaskan languages.
801.5 -- Grammar.
S -- Literature and Language.
(*40) -- North American Arctic.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*49) -- Alaska.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: 809.712 : 801.5
ISBN: 0521583543
SPRI record no.: 154581

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