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  • Grammatical Relationsby D. N. S. Bhat

    Taylor and Francis 2002; US$ 47.95

    This book argues that the assumption that grammatical relations are both necessary and universal is an unwarranted generalization. The grammatical relations of subject and object are required in the case of the Indian language of Kannada. Furthermore, the notion of transitivity or transference which forms the basis for postulating grammatical relations... more...

  • The Prominence of Tense, Aspect and Moodby D.N.S. Bhat

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 1999; US$ 158.00

    The book puts forth an exciting hypothesis for the typologist. Its major claim is that languages can generally be regarded as belonging to a tense-prominent, aspect-prominent or mood-prominent language type. This grouping can be based upon the relative prominence that languages attach to one or the other of the three verbal categories, namely tense,... more...

  • The Adjectival Categoryby D.N.S. Bhat

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 1994; US$ 173.00

    This monograph sets out (i) to establish criteria for differentiating adjectives from other word-classes for languages in which they form a distinct category, and (ii) to establish criteria for determining their (non-)identity with words from other categories for languages in which they do not. As languages show various gradations in the extent to... more...

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