To appear in The Proceedings of NELS 32, ed. Mako Hirotani, Amherst: GLSA.
Subject and Specificity: The Case of Tagalog
In Tagalog subjects (ang-marked elements)1 are obligatorily specific while objects are
"While a people preserves its language, it preserves the nuirk.s of its liberty."
(J ose P. Rizal, El Filibusterismo)
SENTENCE PATTERNS OF THE TEN .MAJOR
PHILIPPINE LANGUAGES *
1. Aims. This paper has two principal aims
The Proceedings of AFLA 18
DIFFERENTIAL OBJECT MARKING IN TAGALOG*
Heinrich Heine Universitt Dsseldorf
In this paper I deal with the mechanisms of differential object marking (DOM) in Tagalog.
Certain properties of obj
LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS 3.2:393-426, 2002
Nominalization and WH-movement
in Seediq and Tagalog*
This paper proposes a structural analysis of two types of wh-question
formation in the Austronesian
Morphological Optionality in Tagalog
Aspectual reduplicants in Tagalog are optionally located in any one of
several positions among the verbal prefixes, always encoding the same meaning.
On the interpretation of Tagalog voice
Anja Latrouite & Ralf Naumann
University of DUsseldorf
In this paper we show that the voice affixes I-in! and I-an! in
Tagalog not only determine the choice of the subject, but also
the (aspectual) interpret
The Origins of the Voice/Focus System in Austronesian
Perhaps the most peculiar property of the AN voice system is that, beside active and passive voice, it features two or more other
voices. In other words, arguments with non-core semantic r