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Possessive and Secondary Objects – New Syntactic Positions?

Publication: Language and Literature – European Landmarks of Identity, 12, p. 40
Publisher:Universitatea din Pitești
Abstract:The present paper proves that the separation of the secondary object from the direct object and, similarly, the separation of the possessive object from the indirect object were based mainly on differences. Because the similarities are more important, the conclusion that the category imposed by transitivity has two positions (the proper direct object and the secondary direct object), like the one imposed by the dative (the proper indirect object and the possessive indirect object), has been drawn.
Key words:passivization, possessor, transitivity
Language: English

Citations to this publication: 0

References in this publication: 7

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