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ringo=no kawa=o can be replaced by kuri 'chestnut' or ringo 'apple' without kawa 'skin'.

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Example

(156)
Sono musumega ringono kawao muita.
sono
that
musume=ga
girl=NOM
ringo=no
apple=GEN
kawa=o
skin=ACC
mui-ta
peel-PST
‘That girl peeled the apple.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# PEEL Coding set Argument type
1 peeler NP-nom A
2 peeled object NP-acc P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R muk-asar-u y
(157)
‘The apple got peeled.’
C
R muk-ase-ru y
(158)
‘Someone made that girl peel the apple.’
C
R muke-ru y
(159)
‘Because of the sun burn, the skin is peeling.’
C
N N/A y
C
R muk-are-ru y
(160)
‘The apple was peeled by that girl.’
C
R muk-e-ru y
(161)
‘That girl can peel the apple.’
C
N y
C
N y