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Turkic Non-Inflectional Plurals and Feature Bundling

Sourcetitle: 
Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics, edited by Umut √Ėzge. Cambridge, MA: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics.
Year of publication: 
2013
PublicationType: 
Chapter in monograph, book - peer reviewed

We defend the bundling hypothesis for agreement, which entails that agreement on a target that contains person will always reflect the person feature of the controller. A putative counterexample to this hypothesis comes from Sakha exceptional case marking constructions, where verbs appear to agree in number with a raised accusative object while ignoring person. We argue that this case is not a genuine counterexample, however, because the agreement marker in question is not a person marker. Evidence for this comes from its distribution (optionality, co-occurrence with local persons), separate morphological expresssion from person, and history.

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