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This tree(8a) shown is a mistake. The author did it on purpose to show that we can't draw like that, I suppose. 8a shows that "arrive" has two dependency, one is "Fred" and the other is "Tom". However, the correct thing to do is that "arrive" has just one dependency and it is "Fred and Tom" as a whole. Then ...


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The Polish pronouns ja (“I”), ty (“you singular, thou”), on (“he”), ono (“it”) have two sets of forms in the Genitive, Dative, and Accusative cases: a full form and a clitic form. The clitic form has no stress of its own and intonationally it is attached to the previous word, therefore the clitic forms cannot begin a sentence while the full forms can. The ...


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The clauses are grammatically correct but one is semantically awkward it can only be used in academic arguments not in common conversation. But however the sentence 2. Kuku anapika it is active because the null object is affected by the action of the verb. But again the verb can be conjugate otherwise in the same grammatical pattern to denote passive in ...


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