By Frederik Kortlandt, Robert S. P. Beekes
Contains an appendix at the old phonology of Classical Armenian.
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Statistical tools ● Repeated-measures ANOVAs, followed up by pairwise comparisons. Results The low-proficiency learners did not distinguish between unergatives and unaccusatives, giving average ratings to all of them; however, the results were not fully consistent with Oshita’s (2001) unaccusative trap hypothesis. Intermediate and advanced proficiency learners distinguished between the two verb classes, and furthermore showed sensitivity to different classes of unaccusatives, consistent with Sorace’s (2000) unaccusativity hierarchy.
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Armeniaca: Comparative Notes by Frederik Kortlandt, Robert S. P. Beekes