A Mosaic of languages and cultures: studies celebrating the by McElhanon, Kenneth A. and Reesink, Ger

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One reason for attending there was that he had noticed the sports activities in a college publication. There he developed an interest in missions, took courses in missions and met Joice Barnett, who was also interested in missions, and who later became his wife. After obtaining his bachelors degree in psychology, he attended the BIOLA School of Missionary Medicine in California and received a diploma as a medical technician as further preparation for Bible translation service. He and Joice married in 1956 and immediately set out for their linguistics training at the Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL) at the University of Oklahoma (Norman).

D. scholarship and received his degree in 1969. There he studied under Prof. Stephen Wurm and developed an enduring interest in comparative and areal linguistics. For his research he began working with the western dialect of Kewa, inasmuch as another SIL linguist had assumed the work in the eastern dialect after Karl had become assistant director in 1964. D. studies in 1967 until the completion of the West Kewa New Testament in 1973 was one of prodigious productivity. D. D. research (1970, 1971b, 1971c, 1972a, b, 1973b).

LS for i-pudaʔ ‘REALIS-extinguished’: INGR extinguish' (x) b. night' [INGR extinguish' (lampu 1SG)] Because adversatives are a type of achievement, their LS must include an achievement. Furthermore, since the LS in (21a) for the achievement verb in (19) includes an underlying condition stative predicate, the LS for the adversative in (20) must also include an underlying condition stative predicate. The LS for adversatives with an underlying condition stative predicate is seen in (22a), the LS for i-puda-an ‘REALIS-extinguished-ADVER’ in (20) is seen in (22b), and the SR for (20) in (22c).

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