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CAUSATIVE VERBS : HAVE / GET SOMETHING DONE

CAUSATIVE VERBS : HAVE / GET SOMETHING DONE Have something done and Get something done are both used to refer to actions which are done for the subject rather than by the subject.

The Causal Relation and Causative-Inchoative Alternation ...

Microsoft Word - The Causal Relation and Causative-Inchoative Alternation Verbs in Chinese Wordnet.doc

A Finer Look at the Causative-Inchoative Alternation

A Finer Look at the Causative-Inchoative Alternation Christopher Piñón Universität Düsseldorf 1. Introduction The causative-inchoative alternation is alexical alternation that characterizes pairs of verbs which stand in approximately the following semantic relation to each other: the ...

‘Causative’ make : A veridical, metaphysical conditional ...

Causative’ make: A veridical, metaphysical conditional? Sven Lauer Department of Linguistics, Stanford University August 4, 2010 1 Introduction

THE MISUMALPAN CAUSATIVE CONSTRUCTION Ken Hale MIT

THE MISUMALPAN CAUSATIVE CONSTRUCTION Ken Hale MIT 0. Introduction. Using data from the Misumalpan languages of Eastern Nicaragua and Honduras, Givón and Young (1990) developed a historical explanation of a typologically curious characteristic of the Panamanian Chibchan language Ngäbére (one ...

Candida : The Fungus among Us

1 Candida : The Fungus among Us The causative agent of the Candidiasis disease is a fungus Candida , usually Candida albicans . Candida are thin-walled, small yeast (4 to 6 microns) that reproduce by budding and are one of the most common causes of opportunistic mycoses worldwide.

Causative agent

Influenza Causative agent Influenza is a highly infectious viral disease. It is caused by various types of influenza viral strains. Three types of influenza viruses are recognized: A, B and C. Type A is more common.

Periphrastic Causative Verbs in English: What Do They Mean?

Periphrastic Causative Verbs in English: What Do They Mean? The expression of causal necessity and causal sufficiency in ordinary English Sven Lauer

Acquisition of Causative Structures

5 children overregularize "by using a predicate that is normally noncausative . . . to mean roughly 'cause the state of affairs normally referred to by this word to come about'" (Bowerman, 1982, p. 11).

The Causative/Permissive

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