By W. Abraham, Cl. Blanche-Benveniste, A. Colen, B. Comrie, M. Dascal, R. Declerck, S. Dik, M. Dominicy, G. Fauconnier, J. Koster, S. Kuno, J. McCawley, L. Melis, C. S. Smith, W. van Langendonck, A. Zaenen (auth.), Liliane Tasmowski, Dominique Willems (eds.)
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This would seem to be of specific weight when looking at related languages such as three Westgermanic ones (English, Dutch, and German). Their typological characteristics are still much disputed (English SVO; Dutch SVO in independent, SOY in dependent sentences; German - V-in independent, --V in dependent sentences - this if we follow a nontransformational surface typology), and it is even doubtful whether the three languages are to be judged on a par with respect to their categorial analyzibility: English is beyond doubt a language characterized by the prominence of grammatical relations (configurational language).
75) Il-bajda kien-et hemm. ' B. COMRIE 24 In sentence (73), however, hemm is an impersonal verb, which can be glossed as 'there is', as can be seen from its negative and past correspondents: (76) M'hemm-x bajda fuq il-mejda. ' The form m'hemm-x in (76) shows that hemm is a verb, while the invariable kien in (77) shows that bajda is not subject, otherwise, since bajda is a feminine noun, one would have expected third person singular feminine kien-et, as in (75). How, more precisely, do all these considerations relate to the 'one form one function' controversy?
Note that this is a necessary, but by no means a sufficient, requirement for a correct analysis of reflexives and reciprocals. Furthermore it leaves intact the option that any such structural principle as the superiority condition is operative. It is to be noted that a language such as German, while very close to Dutch historically and synchronically, quite effortlessly avoids these pitfalls. See the following equivalents to the Dutch examples above. , SIC gegenseltlg In (8'), dative object and accusative object are morphologically distinct.
Problems in Syntax by W. Abraham, Cl. Blanche-Benveniste, A. Colen, B. Comrie, M. Dascal, R. Declerck, S. Dik, M. Dominicy, G. Fauconnier, J. Koster, S. Kuno, J. McCawley, L. Melis, C. S. Smith, W. van Langendonck, A. Zaenen (auth.), Liliane Tasmowski, Dominique Willems (eds.)