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Non-finite adverbial subordination in Chintang


Paudyal, Netra P; Bickel, Balthasar; Schikowski, Robert; Stoll, Sabine; Lieven, Elena; Banjade, Goma; Rai, Ichchha Purna; Rai, Manoj; Gaenszle, Martin; Rai, Novel Kishore; Bhatta, Toya Nath (2010). Non-finite adverbial subordination in Chintang. Nepalese Linguistics, 25:121-132.

Abstract

In Chintang (Sino-Tibetan, Kiranti) both finite and non-finite
adverbial clauses are found. In this paper we discuss only nonfinite subordinate clauses in terms of their control behaviour, S/A coreferentiality, scope and other morpho-syntactic properties. An interesting feature of Chintang non-finite adverbial clause is their the person and number marking.

Abstract

In Chintang (Sino-Tibetan, Kiranti) both finite and non-finite
adverbial clauses are found. In this paper we discuss only nonfinite subordinate clauses in terms of their control behaviour, S/A coreferentiality, scope and other morpho-syntactic properties. An interesting feature of Chintang non-finite adverbial clause is their the person and number marking.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Department of Comparative Linguistics
Dewey Decimal Classification:490 Other languages
890 Other literatures
410 Linguistics
Language:English
Date:2010
Deposited On:09 Sep 2011 07:05
Last Modified:01 May 2016 14:35
Publisher:Linguistic Society of Nepal
ISSN:0259-1006
Related URLs:http://himalaya.socanth.cam.ac.uk/collections/journals/nepling/pdf/Nep_Ling_25.pdf

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