In an applicative construction, there is an additional (direct) object argument compared to the basic non-applicative construction, and there is an overt marker on the verb. Some languages only allow applicative constructions with transitive bases. The applicative object can have a variety of functions, especially benefactive, instrumental and locative function. This feature is based on WALS feature 109, by Maria Polinsky.
|Benefactive function and transitive base||2|
|Benefactive function and any base||1|
|Benefactive and other functions||2|
|No applicative construction exists||70|
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