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目次

  • Chapter 1 Introduction
    • 1.1.Filipino or Tagalog
    • 1.2.Stress
    • 1.3.Description of morphosyntax
  • Chapter 2 Phonology
    • 2.1.Vowels
    • 2.2./e/ and /o/
    • 2.3.Consonants
    • 2.4.Prosody
    • 2.5.Borrowed words
    • 2.6.Stress rules
  • Part Ⅰ Words and Sentences
  • Chapter 3 Typological characteristics of Tagalog
    • 3.1.Introduction
    • 3.2.Verb−initial language
    • 3.3.Is Tagalog morphologically ergative or accusative?
  • Chapter 4 Sentence types
    • 4.1.Unmarked and marked constructions
    • 4.2.Unmarked constructions
    • 4.3.Marked constructions
  • Chapter 5 The particle ang
  • Chapter 6 Nouns and verbs in Tagalog
  • Chapter 7 Categorization of words in Tagalog
    • 7.1.How can root words in Tagalog be categorized?
    • 7.2.Root words and affixes
    • 7.3.The Independence hierarchy
  • Chapter 8 Linker
    • 8.1.Introduction
    • 8.2.Use of the linker
    • 8.3.Complementizer:that in English
    • 8.4.Other uses of the linker
    • 8.5.Uses of the linker:summary
  • Chapter 9 Relative clause constructions
    • 9.1.Introduction
    • 9.2.Structure of relative clause constructions
    • 9.3.Subject−sensitive relative clause formation
    • 9.4.Order of relative clause and head
    • 9.5.Special types of relative clause construction
  • Part Ⅱ Verbs and Morphology
  • Chapter 10 Agent voice 1:‐um‐ verbs
    • 10.1.What is the agent voice?
    • 10.2.Conjugation pattern of ‐um‐ verbs
    • 10.3.Description of aspectual features
    • 10.4.Uses of neutral forms
    • 10.5.Accentuation of ‐um‐ verbs
  • Chapter 11 Agent voice 2:mag‐ verbs
    • 11.1.Agent‐voiced mag‐ verbs
    • 11.2.Conjugation pattern of mag‐ verbs
    • 11.3.Accentuation of mag‐ verbs
  • Chapter 12 Patient voice:‐(h)in
    • 12.1.What is the patient voice?
    • 12.2.Conjugation pattern of ‐(h)in verbs
    • 12.3.Accentuation of ‐(h)in verbs
  • Chapter 13 Directional voice:‐(h)an
    • 13.1.Introduction
    • 13.2.Special use of ‐(h)an verbs:Patient
    • 13.3.Conjugation patterns of ‐(h)an verbs
    • 13.4.Additional notes on the conjugation pattern of‐(h)an verbs
    • 13.5.Accentuation of ‐(h)an verbs
  • Chapter 14 The accusative/ergative controversy
    • 14.1.Introduction
    • 14.2.Accusative and ergative morphology
    • 14.3.Problems with the ergative analysis
    • 14.4.Conclusion
  • Chapter 15 Benefactive/Patient/Instrumental voice:i‐ verbs
    • 15.1.Introduction
    • 15.2.Benefactive
    • 15.3.Patient:related to root words affixed by mag‐
    • 15.4.Instrumental
    • 15.5.Conjugation pattern
    • 15.6.Accentration of i‐ verbs
  • Chapter 16 The prefix ma‐
    • 16.1.Introduction
    • 16.2.Adjectival ma1‐
    • 16.3.ma2‐:unergative,voluntary
    • 16.4.ma3‐:unaccusative,involuntary
    • 16.5.ma4‐:(in)voluntary
    • 16.6.ma5‐:transitive verbs(voluntary action)
    • 16.7.ma6‐:transitive(involuntary event)
    • 16.8.ma7‐:intransitive/transitive(involuntary action)
    • 16.9.The prefix ma‐ and morphological ergativity
  • Part Ⅲ Particles
  • Chapter 17 Topic marker:ay
    • 17.1.Predicate+Subject order
    • 17.2.Subject+ay+Predicate order
    • 17.3.Sentential topics and the topic marker ay
    • 17.4.Adverbial topics
    • 17.5.Subject and topic
    • 17.6.The subject/topic hierarchy
  • Chapter 18 Question marker ba
    • 18.1.Yes‐no questions
    • 18.2.Wh‐Questions
    • 18.3.Position of the question marker ba
    • 18.4.Responses to yes‐no questions
    • 18.5.Responses to negative questions
    • 18.6.Positions of the question marker across languages
  • Chapter 19 Negation:hindí’
    • 19.1.Negative sentence formation
    • 19.2.Examples
    • 19.3.Use of hindí’ in the ay‐ sentence
  • Chapter 20 Case marking
    • 20.1.Common nouns
    • 20.2.Demonstratives
    • 20.3.Human proper nouns
    • 20.4.Personal pronouns
    • 20.5.Further discussion
  • Chapter 21 The particle sa:the syntax/semantics continuum
    • 21.1.Introduction
    • 21.2.Dative
    • 21.3.Other functions
    • 21.4.Tagalog sa and Japanese ni compared
  • Part Ⅳ Miscellaneous
  • Chapter 22 Ability/Perission
    • 22.1.Introduction
    • 22.2.Ability
    • 22.3.Permission
    • 22.4.Prohibition
    • 22.5.Conjugation of maka‐ verbs
    • 22.6.Stative:naka‐
  • Chapter 23 Auxiliary−like verbs
    • 23.1.Introduction
    • 23.2.Examples
  • Chapter 24 Adverbs
    • 24.1.Introduction
    • 24.2.Examples of sentencial‐adverbs/nang‐adverbs
    • 24.3.Examples of sentencial adverbs/nang‐adverb
    • 24.4.Interchangeability
    • 24.5.Structures of sentencial adverbs and related constructions
  • Chapter 25 Existentials and possesives:may
    • 25.1.Introduction
    • 25.2.The may form
    • 25.3.The mayroón form
    • 25.4.The walá’ form
  • Chapter 26 Subjectless sentences
    • 26.1.Introduction
    • 26.2.Subjectless sentences:examples
    • 26.3.Recently finished
    • 26.4.Exclamation
  • Chapter 27 Conjunctions
    • 27.1.Introduction
    • 27.2.Coordinating conjunctions
    • 27.3.Subordinating conjunctions
  • Chapter 28 Verbal affixes
    • 28.1.Introduction
    • 28.2.maki‐:request,joint/mutual action,etc.
    • 28.3.paki‐:request
    • 28.4.naka‐:stative
    • 28.5.(i)pa‐:causative(patent‐voiced)
    • 28.6.papag‐:causative(causee‐voiced)
    • 28.7.ka‐:recently finished‘just finish V‐ing’
  • Chapter 29 Nominal and adjectival affixes
    • 29.1.Introduction
    • 29.2.Nominal affixes
    • 29.3.Other affixes:producing prepositional phrases