|Title||Pronominal Arguments in Gitksan?|
|Description:||Pronominal Arguments in Gitksan?
"In this paper I consider the status of person-marking affixes in Gitksan, a Tsimshianic language of the Pacific Northwest. I conclude that these affixes function as agreement rather than as arguments, and that therefore Gitksan should not be classed as a pronominal argument language."
2 versions of the paper included
|Citation||WECOL 91 Volume 4|
Hunt, Katharine (author)
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