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This article examines the linguistic devices involved in the classification of nouns referring to the plant and animal world in two languages of the Gran Chaco area: Toba (Guaycuruan) and MakÃ¡ (Mataco-Mataguayan). Drawing on previous studies of nominal classification in these languages, it...
In Western Abenaki, an Eastern Algonquian language, a number of enclitic particles, as well as certain cliticized words, are stationed in second position in the clause. In simple cases, second position is the position following the first phonological word of the clause, but complexities arise in...
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