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D irect surface-subject" of a VE R B : ( 1 ) active agent = i nitiator of a process ( including kagu 'smel ls' and mfru 'looks') . ( 2) causative agent = instigator of a process; see § 4. 1 . ) . 5a ) . 8) . 5. 2) -the maleficiary, the disobl iged, the d iscommoded , the i nconvenienced. 2) ) . (8) the cathectic object of a verb of emotion u nder the PU R E PASS I V E conversion. (9) optiona lly replacing o for the d irect object of a verb under the D ES I D E R ATI VE conversion. 2. The l ist shou ld be glanced over for future reference; unless a particular item catches his eye, the reader w ill probably wish to move on to the next section, return i ng to consult this section from time to time as he conti nues through the boo k.
G. the i nstrumental in Tennoo o pisutoru de ute ! 'Shoot the Emperor ( with a pis tol ) ! I (SA 281 7. 1 01 ab) , where pisutoru de utu '(pistol-)shoots' functions as if a simple verb. I f, as has often been suggested , we consider the spoken sentences as representations of some u nderlying "natural logic" that is the result of a sort of "predicate cal cu lus", we wil l want to consider all possible adjuncts as present in the u nderlying form of each simplex , once we have decided just which simplexes lurk beneath our surface sentence in all its spare a nd murky I I 1 .
B ut an a lternative explanation wou ld treat the const ituents of the entire sentence as more equally conjoined : the sentence [ hito ga ] Oosaka kara yogfsya de onna-no-ko 0 tureta (= turete klta) [the person ] brought a l ittle g irl by n ight train from Osaka ' attached ( by way of -te 'and') to the sentence asa no go-zi -han -goro [ kare-ra ga] koko e tuita ' [they] arrived here at 5 : 30 in the morning'. U nder this i nterpretation the overt adjuncts are in neutral order except for the switch be tween ablative and i nstrumenta l .