Article published in:Subordination in Native South American Languages
Edited by Rik van Gijn, Katharina Haude and Pieter Muysken
[Typological Studies in Language 97] 2011
► pp. 169–192
Semantic and grammatical integration in Yurakaré subordination
Yurakaré (unclassified, central Bolivia) has five subordination strategies (on the basis of a morphosyntactic definition). In this paper I argue that the use of these different strategies is conditioned by the degree of conceptual synthesis of the two events, relating to temporal integration and participant integration. The most integrated events are characterized by shared time reference; morphosyntactically they are serial verb constructions, with syntactically fused predicates. The other constructions are characterized by less grammatical integration, which correlates either with a low degree of temporal integration of the dependent predicate and the main predicate, or with participant discontinuity.
Published online: 29 April 2011
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