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Resultatives
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Resultative verbs are able to provide the outer structure for a transitive complementive predication.

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In resultatives, the predication denotes the result of the action described by the mediating verb:

Example 1

a. Gatske sloech de ynbrekker dea
Gatske hit the burglar dead
Gatske killed the burglar
b. Spinaazje makket Popke sterk
spinach makes Popke strong
Spinach makes Popke strong
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