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Finiteness in Haruai

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Abstract

Haruai, a non-Austronesian (“Papuan”) language of Papua New Guinea distinguishes, in terms of the indexing of person-number in the verb, between finite, semi-finite, and non-finite verb forms. There is a high, though not absolute, correlation between this scale and the scale running from main clause to dependent clause.

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