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The negative marker na- precludes the modal prefix ba- and the preverb ha- and succeeds that imperfect marker ma-.
Balazs Indig and Noemi Vadasz presented the talk Window in Human Parsing--How Far Can a Preverb Go ?
In information questions, where adjuncts of aspectual extent correspond to interrogative proform (ebe' 'how') and an accompanying manner (MAN) preverb i, (8) their matrix clause requires the postpredicate verb se 'extend to, reach' as the final verb in series (19c).
"How is it said?" by Guy Albert, shows several examples of the Plains Cree evidential preverb matwe- "visibly or audibly" (e.g.
In this example, an adverbial preverb neke- precedes the functional middle of the verb, which includes information about aspect and subject marking.
Bloomfield, Leonard 1929 "Notes on the preverb ge- in Alfredian English", in: Kemp Malone--M.
In the field of computational processing, "Voice, preverb, and transitivity restrictions in Sanskrit verb use" (pp.
The verb or the auxiliary may in turn be preceded by an uninflected word, called preverb; this may either express progressive aspect, or it may be a negation.
There are also prefixed forms (2c), which, notwithstanding the fact that a preverb of the second layer is used (ny-), remain nevertheless, contrary to the expected effect (as in 2b), Imperfective (Levitskaja 2004: 33, Tomelleri 2008b: 32).
be-zar, 'close' and at-tesz, 'put over (to)'), but data such as (45) suggest that verb and preverb in this combination should form a PWord under the analysis proposed here since fel is a functional element following a lexical head.
Note mazdaiiasni- from mazdaiiasna-, literally "one who sacrifices to (Ahura) Mazda." The exact implications of the verb astuiie from stu- "praise" are not clear; the preverb a- expresses motion "to" and the middle voice relates the action to the speaker.
As can be seen, the verbs 'give', 'feed' and 'sell' use the same root; they differ only with respect to the preverb. Generally, a given verb uses the same preverb throughout its entire paradigm.