|Title||[Voice Form and Function: Active Voice and Middle Diathesis]|
|Description:||Voice Form and Function: Active Voice and Middle Diathesis; A cross-linguistic perspective
"In this paper we introduce the hypothesis that all nominative-accusative languages treat syntactically active subjects as semantically either affected or not affected by the action described in the predicate."
|Citation||Typological Studies in Languages (TSL) A companion series to the journal "Studies in Language" vol. 27. Barbara Fox and Paul J. Hopper (eds.)|
Axelrod, Melissa (author)
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