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Selectional Units of a Verb and Their Determination of Accompany ing Nouns
The Inflection of a Verb
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accent action verb action-process verb adverbial adverbial element agent and patient agent noun agent prefix Alice animate animate aorist applied beneficiary noun Chapter ciha configuration consonant contemporaneous dative deleted demonstrative descriptive verb diagramed discussed dislocative dog is old dual or plural emphatic epenthetic ethe?tha example experiential fact following sentences further specified future Harry Harry house is old hoy6?te human noun illustrated imperative inchoative indefinite indicated inflectional units introduced label lengthening lexical unit lexically specified linearization liquid consonant locative Lounsbury masculine feminine meaning mentioned negative neuter agent neuter patient nonlexical units noun containing optionally particle patient noun root patient prefix penultimate phonetic outputs possible prefix symbolized present pretonic vowels pronominalization reflected relative clause represented second inclusive selectional units selectionally specified semantic structure semantic units sentence-final sentences contain specified as masculine surface noun surface unit surface verb tences tion tonic vowel transformations underlying unique animate verb root