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Unformatted text preview: G1: Causative Sentence 1. 2. 3. This is often used when someone with power causes someone in lower rank to do something, regardless of the person's desire When one causes one's superior or peer to do something verb te-pp > should be used instead, especially if the action is carried out as a favor. P > pp >ҷ 1 pp > 1 pp >ҷ 1 1 Ru-Verb : drop the final ru and add sase-ru root +1 P > >^ p u-Verb: drop the final u and add ase-ru root + a column z p p ª* >pp ª* >1 pp ª* >pp ª* >1 Irregular Verbs 1 > N1 1 >1 The causative construction takes different particles depending on whether the verb is an intransitive verb or transitive verb. )N2 1(non-coercive) intransitive (causative ) 1 coercive) N1 makes N2 do/ N1 lets N2 do 1p p > 1p p > ppª> 1 ppª> 1 1 N2 1 N3 1 transitive (causative ) N1 makes (lets) N2 do N3 P > 1 1 p p > ppª 1 P > ppª 1 z Do me the favor of letting me do >8 > ª 1 >8 > ª >8 > ª 1 >8 > ª ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course AEAJ 202 taught by Professor Kaya during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Albany.
- Spring '08