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Identifier:KO975T1996
Title The History and Function of YI-/BI- Alternation in Athabascan.
Description:Perhaps the most widely discussed question in Athabascan literature concerns the distribution of the third person object pronouns which developed from Proto-Athabascan. This paper reviews some of the proposed answers to the question of what factors determine the distribution of these pronouns in the modern languages.
Contributors Thompson, Chad L. (author)
Date1996
Type Text
Format
Subject Language(s) Comparative Athabaskan
Dena'ina
Gwich'in
Hupa
Koyukon
Navajo
LingType grammatical
Files: Alternation.PDF


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