Article published in:Discourse and Grammar in Australian Languages
Edited by Ilana Mushin and Brett Baker
[Studies in Language Companion Series 104] 2008
► pp. 59–85
Bardi arguments: Referentiality, agreement and omission in Bardi discourse
The Bardi language of Northwestern Australia exhibits complex interactions between morphology, syntax, and discourse structure. In this paper I examine the interplay between constituent order, the marking of argument functions through verbal agreement, and the role of bound nominal omission. The findings presented here have implications for the Pronominal Argument Hypothesis and analysis of bound argument markers as “pronominal”.
Published online: 16 October 2008
Cited by 2 other publications
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