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On gerundive nominalization in Mandarin and Cantonese

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Abstract

This paper examines a number of variations between Mandarin and Cantonese nominalizations, including genitive agent nominals, possessive objects, relativization of idiomatic expressions, verbless <i>de</i> expressions, and internal <i>de</i> expressions. Differences between these two languages boil down to the availability of some gerundive nominalization in these two dialects.

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