First, the Mood0 probes on board. However, since the external argument for vP is a matter of energy box because of the cyclical spirit (recall section 2), it is not accessible to an agreement. The Mood0 probes continue to search for the internal argument, in this case “mangoes,” which may have moved to the edge of the vP (movement that is not displayed in the tree). DP mangoes would appreciate Phi`s features on the Mood0. This is demonstrated by the Agreement Review (1). The T0 MoodP selection (subjunctive) is still non-overt in marathi. Thus, either one could say that Marathi`s “unrealized future” probes trivially to locate the object as a target, or that it does not carry a Phi probe at all. Note that many of the proposals discussed above include, among other mechanisms of the agreement, the restructuring of the clause incorporated into Hindi LDA (see Koopman 2006; No 2013; Mahajan 2017). On the other hand, Bhatt (2005) and Boeckx (2004) propose that the restructuring of the integrated clause be sufficient to take into account LDA in Hindi. Bhatt argues that the restructured clause in Hindi-Urdu LDA is a subjective TP with an infinitive inf0 (inf0 in its terminology) that accepts a vP supplement without an external argument. Boeckx, for his part, asserts that the material incorporated in the Hindi-LDA construction is a naked VP (2004: 32). In the Marathi LDA that we are discussing here, the incorporated subjunctive clause also has restructuring characteristics, which I referred to at length in Section 5.
However, I assert that LDA and the restructuring characteristics of the subjunctive clause are still co-existing, but that LDA itself is obtained through a number of local agreements in which the verb of each clause corresponds to its own internal argument. Another case of double agreement appears in a perfect transit clause. In the absence of a strained aid, an ergaative 2PL subject triggers the presence of a t̪ of morpheme on the perfectionative-looking verb, in addition to the verb`s conformity to the unmarked object (see also Wali 2005: 28). Unlike -s, the t̪ morpheme in a subjunctive clause does not allow the verb to agree with two arguments. However, it can be shown that t̪ differs from the model agreement and that it comes from the second part of the contract. See (9) below. That`s why I embellish – t̪ separately. In this document, I show that LDA on the subjunctive clause in marathi, as shown by the results of (1), due to the mediation of the clause-linkers-s- and it also goes hand in hand with the restructuring characteristics of the incorporated clause. The document is organized as follows. Section 2 deals with the fundamental facts of the verb agreement in Marathi. Section 3 presents the LDA design and discusses its basic characteristics in relation to a closely bound construction without LDA (now called “non-LDA construction”). Section 4 presents a sketch of the analysis proposed in this document.
In particular, I assert that the clause built into the construction of LDA involves restructuring in the sense that it is lacking in certain functional projections and is therefore smaller than a complete CP structure. In addition, the form -s- was analyzed as a left-handed, weakly connected clause, different from the supplement s. in C0.