COLLOQUIUM-A typological gap in ditransitive alignment: No secundative case/indirective agreement

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Description: I argue that not all logically possible combinations of case and agreement alignment in ditransitive constructions involving agreement with one object are attested. I provide an explanation for why there is this typological gap and I discuss some apparent counterexamples. I provide typological evidence that this explanation is on the right track and show that the empirical picture is compatible with a uniform structure of ditransitive constructions across languages.

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Hi everyone! The file 04-01-glow-handout.pdf is the handout of my talk. You can use it to follow along with the slides shown in the video or just read it as a stand-alone version. The video file is called Barany-ATypologicalGap.m4v; you should be able to watch it in your browser. I'll also be available for Q+A sessions at the following times (CEST): Wednesday, 8 April, 16:00–18:00 Friday, 10 Apri...

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