mise-ru

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(138)
Amakko sense:nge sjkudae miseda.
amakko
girl.NOM
sense:=nge
teacher=DAT
sjkudae
homework.ACC
mise-da
show-PST
‘The girl showed the homework to the teacher.’
(286)
Amakko sense:nge odomegodo miseda.
amakko
girl.NOM
sense:=nge
teacher=DAT
odome=godo
baby=ACC
mise-da
show-PST
‘The girl showed a baby to the teacher.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# SHOW Coding set Argument type
1 shower NP-nom A
2 showing addressee NP-dat L
3 shown thing NP-acc P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R mise-rase-ru y
(139)
‘I made the girl show a baby to the teacher.’
(287)
‘I made the girl show the homework to the teacher.’
C
M mi-ru y
(140)
‘The teacher saw the homework.’
(298)
‘The teacher saw a baby.’
C
N N/A y
C
R mise-rare-ru y
(288)
‘The teacher was shown a baby by the girl.’
C
R mise-{rare/re}-ru y
(142)
‘The girl can show the homework to the teacher.’
(289)
‘The girl can show a baby to the teacher.’
U
N n
C
R y
(141)
‘The teacher was shown the homework by the girl.’