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Comparative TAM morphology in Niger-Congo: The case of persistive, and some other markers in Bantu

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Abstract

The present paper looks at so-called persistive markers (denoting something like “still going on”) in the sub-Saharan Bantu languages, one of the major subgroups of the Niger-Congo language phylum. The intention is to relate these persistive markers, in terms of cognacy, to a few non-persistive markers (especially progressives and futures).

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