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6 Simple main clauses 17 pronominal complement. A clitic boundary is represented as -\ instead of just the hyphen -, and instead of = (not available in my phonetic font). When both subject and object are expressed by nouns, the subject noun precedes the object noun. ' A subject or object noun (but not both) can form an accentual phrase with a preceding verb. Default and secondary accents are applied from right to left. Thus, in (13), [anhsey-ajn medd-aen] is an accentual phrase, with a lexical accent on the e of medd-asn and a secondary accent on the second syllable to its left.

E. to the final syllable of the preceding word). g. K-d) dser "t-^-hatt-en. Where Prefix Reduction has applied audibly, the symbol Ί is given at the beginning of the word in question. Thus e-haen 'house' has a reduced form "ae-hasn. 4 Noun phrases Noun phrases (NP's) begin with a head noun (the lexical head of the NP), which may be followed by a demonstrative, a possessor (with preposition an), or a relative clause (subject or non-subject type). "Adjectives" are a special case of subject relative (see below).

Other clitics, besides object pronominals and pronominal prepositions, are the directionals (Centripetal -\add with dialectal variant -Vidd, Centrifugal -\in). It is possible to get several clitics piled up on a single host, the directionals coming last. The directionals may also be doubled (on the verb and on a preverbal particle). See Chapter 10 for details. 8 Focalized clauses When a normally postverbal NP or adverbial is focalized, it is moved to clause-initial (actually, pre-clausal) position.

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