baksia

Coding frame

Examples

(57)
Marta sanaba beata baksia.
Marta
Marta
sanaba_beea-ta
corn_leaf-acc
baksia
wash
‘Marta is washing the corn leaf.’
(107)
Juan karota baksiak.
Juan
Juan
karo-ta
car-acc
baksia-k
wash-pfv
‘Juan washed the car.’
(177)
Ju yoeme emo baksiak.
ju
det
yoeme
man
emo
refl
baksia-k
wash-pfv
‘The man washed (himself).’
(216)
Juan au baksia.
Juan
Juan
au
refl
baksia
wash
‘Juan is washing himself.’
(58)
U ili yoeme bawepo baima.
u
det
ili
small
yoeme
man
bawe-po
river-loc
baima
wash.refl
‘The small man is washing himself (his hands) in the river.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# WASH Coding set Argument type
1 washer NP-nom A
2 washed entity NP-acc P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R It allows a reflexive pronoun co-occurring with it. y
(148)
‘Juan is washing his hands.’
C
R y
(198)
‘My car does not wash well.’
C
R y
(199)
‘My car is washed.’
U
R n
(200)
‘This soap does not wash well.’
C
N y
C
N y
(311)
‘Women wash early (in the morning) in the river.’
U
N n
C
R y
(382)
‘Maria is washing the corn leaves for Juan.’
U
N n
C
R y
(384)
‘The dishes were washed.’
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(383)
‘Juan made the child wash the car.’