This thesis investigates deviant morphology in Indonesian for the implementation of a deep grammar. In particular we focus on the implementation of the verbal suffix -kan. This suffix has been described as having many functions, which alter the kinds of arguments and the number of arguments the verb takes (Dardjowidjojo 1971; Chung 1976; Arka 1993; Vamarasi 1999; Kroeger 2007; Son and Cole 2008). Deep grammars or precision grammars (Butt et al. 1999a; Butt et al. 2003; Bender et al. 2011) have...[Show more]
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