CHI 201 16C - place, it can only be placed before “i ”...

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Directional Complements Verbs of Directioni , , , , . V + Directional Verb = simple directional complement 1. , , , , “, and “, can be combined with other verbs of direction: V + Direction Verb + , /, = Compound directional Complement like, “, , “, , 2. 3 , , , , 4 A: When using a directional complementi one should pay
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attention to the position of the object, a: If “i and “i are used as complementi and the object denoting a person or object, then the object can be placed either before or after“i or “i 4 i i i 5 , , , , , b: If the object signifies a
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Unformatted text preview: place, it can only be placed before “i ” and “i ” 7 , , , , , 8 , , , , , , B: When “V ” “& ” “± ” “ ” etci are used as complementsi they have to be placed in between the verb and the objectsi like: 9 , , , 10 , , , , , , C: “, ” and “V ” “ & ” indicate the same directioni but “i ” signifies a movement toward the speakeri whereas “i ” denotes a movement away from the speakeri 11. , , , , , , 12, , , , , , , The meanings of the directional complements are on P124 to P126....
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2008 for the course CHI 202 taught by Professor Na during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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CHI 201 16C - place, it can only be placed before “i ”...

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