|Title||Major features of Nisgha syntax.|
|Description:||48 pp. Typescript; graduate paper prepared for Thom Hess, University of Victoria. Discusses types of predicates, predicate-argument relationships, two types of reduced sentences, downshifting, and focusing, with discussion of meaning and function of arguments and their markers. Also, revisions, April 1983, pp. 19, 24, 48.|
Tarpent, Marie-Lucie (author)
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