Note that these Affixes incorporate a structure [plo → [refo]], despite my assertion that a configuration [plo [refo]] is not created in transitive agreement. However, in lazic inverse paradigms (briefly discussed in point 12), third-person dative subjects cause the condensation of pluralistic objects. Whatever their exact syntax, their conformity morphology can therefore be recorded in this system. As one anonymous expert pointed out, the argument extends to hardware below the structure of the chord, i.e. VoiceP`s internal hardware: given the claim in (69) that VoiceP`s movement is the relevant operation, it is excluded that VoiceP`s internal hardware is affiliated by a consecutive cyclic movement of a smaller expression. We therefore plan two positions for the internal hardware of VoiceP, between the prefix and the rod (no movement/foot-piping) and after the rod, but before the suffixes (snowball movement). As the critic points out, both positions in Lazian morphology (their example) are attested: conversely, If an argument for the person does not match, it is also excluded from the concordance for the number, as Demirok (2013: 79) said: In ditransitive constructions, it is the indirect object that triggers the concordance of the object, and the direct object can mark neither number nor person: the system I propose below can be implemented in both variants. However, since an implementation to select authentication requires an additional zero affix, the implementation to select the add is a bit more elegant. Since these suffixes are sensitive to the structure of the argument, I assume that they are spelled from head of voices, contextually due to linear neighboring tense in the sense of Embick (2015); Kastner (2018), but because of their invariance in terms of convergence, I abstract them here.

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