The syntax and morphology of the verb in Chepang
Chepang is a Tibeto-Burman language of Nepal with a complex verb morphology of a type that has been described as 'pronominalized'in the relevant literature on languages of the area. This morphology includes the crossreferencing of up to two participants in the clausal situation by means of affixes related to the independent pronouns. Usually one or other of the subject and object (strictly,Actor or Goal) participants,but not both, can be crossreferenced in this way, so that it is...[Show more]
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