Conlangery #64: Head-marking vs Dependent-marking
August 27, 2012 7 Comments
Today we tackle a very interesting typology topic: head-marking and dependant-marking. Turns out that whether your language leans one way or another affects (or depends on) a wide variety of grammatical features. Be sure to check the links below for additional info.
Top of Show Greeting: Toki Pona (translated by Vadim Fomin)
Links and Resources:
- Great paper on the subject
- WALS: Locus of Marking in the Clause
- WALS: Locus of Marking: Whole Language Typology
Email from Caleb:
Hey guys, Great work with the podcast, informative and funny. I got a few questions I wish to bother you with. I was wondering if perhaps you could tell me why in iTunes I am only able to view/download only the most recent episodes? Also Is there any chance of Mark Rosenfelder getting on the podcast? And, Finally, Do you happen to know of a good resource for learning the majority of the IPA sounds ( pronunciation that is)? I have looked for quite a while and have no been able to find much. Perhaps you could direct me to something like videos or audio possibly? Thank you for your time.