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Coding causal–noncausal verb alternations: A form–frequency correspondence explanation – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 October 2014

MARTIN HASPELMATH
Affiliation:
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
ANDREEA CALUDE
Affiliation:
University of Waikato
MICHAEL SPAGNOL
Affiliation:
University of Malta
HEIKO NARROG
Affiliation:
Tohoku University
ELI˙F BAMYACI
Affiliation:
University of Würzburg
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The penultimate sentence of the abstract of the article by Haspelmath et al. (Reference Haspelmath, Calude, Spagnol, Narrog and Bamyacı2014), ‘In corpus data from seven languages, we find that verb pairs for which the noncausal member is more frequent tend to be coded as anticausatives, while verb pairs for which the causal member is more frequent tend to be coded as causatives’, should read:

In corpus data from seven languages, we find that verb pairs for which the causal member is more frequent tend to be coded as anticausatives, while verb pairs for which the noncausal member is more frequent tend to be coded as causatives.

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Haspelmath, Martin, Calude, Andreea, Spagnol, Michael, Narrog, Heiko & Bamyacı, Elif. 2014. Coding causal–noncausal verb alternations: A form–frequency correspondence explanation. Journal of Linguistics 50.3, 587625.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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