exceptional case-marking

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exceptional case-marking (plural exceptional case-markings)

  1. (linguistics) A phenomenon where the the subject of an embedded infinitival verb seems to appear in the superordinate clause, and if a pronoun is unexpectedly marked with object case morphology.