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List of Tables 1 Standard properties defining markedness 32
Major semantic properties of core lexical classes 89
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adjectives Adpositions Aissen Anderson animacy argued argument phrases basic Berkeley Linguistics Society case-marking and verb category membership Cause-Motion Chapter classification clause cognitive structure Com/Inst concepts conjunction formation constraints construction core criterial rules Croft defined denoting derivational rule described discussed distinction Dixon domain of application Dryer Dyirbal Equi ergative languages example external structure final direct object form-function rules function functionalist Gary and Keenan gradable grammatical category grammatical relations grammatical rules hierarchy human hypothesis implicational hierarchies Inactive Actions inch indirect object inflectional interaction Kinyarwanda least-marked Lexical Functional Grammar lexical items linguistic structure macrosyntactic markedness marking Mental/Social Motion natural correlations natural language Naturally Individuatable nouns number of components object-level passive patterns predicates processual properties refer relational grammar relevant representation semantic and pragmatic semantic classes spatial stage-level stative surface syntactic categories syntax thematic roles theory tion transformational grammar transitive typological Tzotzil universal number unmarked utterance verb agreement