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C. Anticausativization removes the activity-related non-culmination not affecting the process-related non-culmination.  Ekaterina Lyutikova and Sergei Tatevosov To make this informally stated hypothesis fully explicit, we need the following ingredients of the theory: (23) a. A theory of predicate decomposition based on the three-way distinction between activity, process and result state subevents. b. A theory of non-culmination, accounting for atelic interpretations of accomplishment verbs in languages like Balkar.

7) a. [vP alim [vP kerim-ge eki minut-xa ešik-ni Alim Kerim-dat two minute-dat door-acc ac]-tır]- tan-dı. ’ b. [vP alim [vP kerim-ge eki satat ešik-ni ac]-tır]- tan-dı. ’ (7) provides the most significant evidence that allows to figure out at which stage of syntactic derivation non-culminating readings come into play. If causatives of transitives like those in (7a-b) involve configurations with two vP (see Harley 2008 and references therein), lower vP being a complement of the higher causative v, examples like (7) make sure that the both culminating and non-culminating interpretations are generated at least at the (lower) vP level.

1). Clearly, this would have never been the case if the imperfective viewpoint aspect were a part of the meaning of the main clause. In contrast, temporal sequencing of events in (i) follows naturally if ac-xan-dı ‘opened, tried to open’ is perfective. We are grateful to the anonymous reviewer of this volume who encouraged us to address this issue. 5. (3b) and all the (b) examples in (4)-(7) below also allow for the iterative reading ‘For two hours, K. opened the door again and again’ irrelevant for the present discussion.

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