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4). inc), e-kellu (2pl), ektyn (3pl); e-ne (2sg), e-ne-l (2pl; -l is the plural marker). The latter two forms belong to the monitory-imperative paradigm, and they are used only with the second person. As for the first paradigm, all combinations are possible for three persons and two numbers: (96) Tala e-ke! girku-ra. ' (97) E-kellu (98) Tar beje e-gin eme-re. ' (99) e-get sokor-ro. ' (100) Nungartyn e-ktyn suru-re. ' ta:n-e d'u-du. ' Negative monitory-imperative forms have a sense of warning against possible bad consequences: (101) Goro-tki d'u-duk e-ne suru-re.

G. questions in the function of requests), though it is possible to ask the addressee if (s)he is willing to perform an action. This may be interpreted as an invitation to perform this action: (113) D'u-la-vi suru-mu-d' e-nni? ' The indicative forms may also be used in such speech acts as promising (silba- 'promise'), naming (gerbit- 'name') and others. 2. 1. General subordination markers Subordination is marked predominantly by verbal inflection (participial and converbal forms) or by conjunctions preceding the subordinate clause with the indicative mood verb form.

In case of non-coreferentiality of subjects the subject of the subordinate clause is, as a rule, omitted since it is rendered by the personal possession marker in the participial form itself. The nominal subject in the nominative case may be, however, present in the subordinate clause. In this case it precedes the participle forming with it a noun phrase ((121), (122b), (124)). 4. Change in retained arguments There is no change in the arguments that are retained in noun clauses. The nominative subject of the subordinate clause always refers to the semantic subject, as in: (143) Beje homo:ty-va va:-d'ari-va-n iche-0-m.

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