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7. Comitative, coordinating, and inclusory constructions in Hausa

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Abstract

1.Introduction 2. The comitative preposition <i>d&#224;</i> &#8216;with&#8217; <br /> 2.1 The development of the comitative <i>d&#224;</i> from the existential <i>d&#224;</i> <br /> 2.2 General features of the comitative construction <br />3. The NP coordinator <i>d&#224;</i> &#8216;and&#8217; <br /> 3.1 General features of NP coordination <br /> 3.2 Possibilities of ellipsis in coordination <br /> 3.3 Grammaticalization from <i>d&#224;</i> &#8216;with&#8217; to <i>d&#224;</i> &#8216;and&#8217; <br />4. Properties of comitative and coordinating constructions <br /> 4.1 Syntactic properties of comitative and coordinating constructions <br /> 4.2 Semantic and pragmatic properties of comitative and coordinating constructions <br />5. Inclusory comitative structures and inclusory coordinations <br /> 5.1 The inclusory comitative constructions <br /> 5.2 The inclusory coordination constructions <br />6. Conclusion

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