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Reviews the different kinds of dependencies that have been investigated in sentence processing: subject–verb dependencies, reflexives and reciprocals, etc. This chapter also synthesizes the available empirical evidence by carrying out meta-analyses that provide estimates of the effect of interest in each dependency type.
This chapter gives an introductory overview of the strategies used in mainland Southeast Asian languages for making verbal predications in the core of clauses. There is an overview of verbal marking including patterns of negation, aspect, and modality. An important feature of the area’s languages is the heavy reliance on serial verb constructions (or multi-verb constructions) for packaging information in clauses and sentences. The chapter surveys various sub-categories of multi-verb construction, including depictive/adverbial constructions and complementation strategies. The chapter closes with a section on valency-changing strategies, including syntactic causatives, reflexives, and reciprocals.
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