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TRANSITIVITY ALTERNATIONS IN KOREAN
Chapter k LEXICAL REPRESENTATIONS
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
affix attaches ai-eke ai-ka Alec Marantz allomorphs alternations in Korean analysis argument structure become-PAST-DEC Beth Levin biclausal Binding Theory book-ACC read-CAUS-PAST-DEC Burzio's caki causative affix causative and passive causative construction causative sentences cause-PAST-DEC causee chaek-lil child child-DAT child-NOM correctly predicts D-structure in Korean derived causative verb derived verb direct object entries of verb examples feature log sub given grammatical ha-ass-ta ilk read intransitive iyhae ji-ass-ta John made Mary John-ka Mary-eke John-NOM Mary-ACC John-NOM Mary-DAT Kim-ka Kim-NOM Korean morphological causatives kyosu-ka lexical entries lexical features lexical representations Linguistic lower object Marantz marker Mary read Mary-ka Mary-lil Mary-NOM monoclausal morpheme morphological merger nsima NVAP pair passive affixes passive constructions periphrastic causative phonological place at D-structure professor-NOM read the book reflexive binding right branch sase semantic Shibatani si-lil Sino-Korean verbs subentry suffix syntactic Taro Taro-NOM Taroo-ga thematic role theme tive transitive verb transitivity alternations ul cry underlying structure verb stem wash hair