táa (1)

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This verb is basically the counterpart both of 'go', but also expresses 'carry' in combination with the postposition ti; the coding frame corresponding to 'S goes somewhere' has been selected; the coding frame corresponding to 'A carries T somewhere' is A > V > T+ti > L, lit. 'A goes with T somewhere'. Like naa 'come', táa has no causative form. Contrary to naa ... ti 'bring', táa ... ti 'carry' does not lend itself to Postposition Incorporation.

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(135)
Kewô táata.
kew-ô
man-DEF
táa-ta
go-PF.POS
‘The man went away.’
(136)
Kewô táata kúŋkoo to.
kew-ô
man-DEF
táa-ta
go-PF.POS
kúŋk-oo
field-DEF
to
LOC
‘The man went to the field.’
(137)
Kambaanôo táata kitáaboo ti karambúŋo to.
kambaan-ôo
boy-DEF
táa-ta
go-PF.POS
kitáab-oo
book-DEF
ti
with
karambúŋ-o
school-DEF
to
LOC
‘The boy carried the book to school.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# GO Coding set Argument type
1 goer Ø S
2 going goal LOC L

Alternations