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Although the phonological innovations that derive Arapaho from Proto-Algonquian are extensive, the historical origins of Arapaho inflectional morphology can be traced in almost all cases. Some new morphological categories and patterns have emerged, and some functions of inherited material have...
Earlier work on NivaÄle (Mataguayan, Argentina and Paraguay) claims that the determiners na, ja, and ca introduce entities that are known by the speaker, while pa is used for entities that are unknown or are known by report. On the basis of...
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