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By B. Krishnamurti, J. P. L. Gwynn

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ISBN-13: 9780195616644

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Note that while the language of the stems in these examples differ, language does not affect the choice of marking. This type of construction may signal the start of a shift towards a more prevalent use of Kriol prepositions instead of Gurindji local case markers, or alternatively to a system like German where prepositions require case-marking on their complements. This shift will be discussed in §7. (49) an warluku-ngku i bin bait-im jat marluka warta,-ta. man hand-LOC 'And the dog bit the old man on the hand: (FHM082: ACllyr: Ergative pictures) Chapter 1.

E. 'for whom: (41) ah wijan-ku langa na nyawa. B: CA19yr: Possession books) The dative marker may also be used to mark a nominal beneficiary, for instance pujikat 'cat' in (42). Again the Kriol preposition bo also functions in this way (43). (42) i=m fil-im-ap ngapulu nganta nyanuny pujikat-tu. DAT ngapulu bo pujikat. DAT cat milk 'One old woman filled up a saucer of milk for the cat: (FHM056: SS18yr: Locative pictures) Datives also mark animate goals, though the distinction between beneficiary construction and goal constructions is not clear because these two constructions do not differ in the use of the dative marker.

Again the Kriol preposition bo also functions in this way (43). (42) i=m fil-im-ap ngapulu nganta nyanuny pujikat-tu. DAT ngapulu bo pujikat. DAT cat milk 'One old woman filled up a saucer of milk for the cat: (FHM056: SS18yr: Locative pictures) Datives also mark animate goals, though the distinction between beneficiary construction and goal constructions is not clear because these two constructions do not differ in the use of the dative marker. For example, in (44) the goal of teikim 'take' is kajirri 'old woman' which is also marked with a dative marker.

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