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11. Coordination in three Western Iranian languages

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Abstract

1.Introduction 1.1 Vafsi, Persian and Gilaki <br /> 1.2 The sets of coordinate conjunctions <br /> 1.3 Historical origins and derivations <br /> 1.4 Stress and intonation <br /> 1.5 Background grammatical information: Vafsi <br />2. Conjunctive coordination <br /> 2.1 Main points <br /> 2.2 Noun phrase conjunctive coordinators <br /> 2.3 Verb phrases and clauses <br /> 2.4 Subordinator <i>ke</i> as coordinator <br />3. Adversative coordinative conjunctions <br /> 3.1 Main points <br /> 3.2 The adversative coordinators <br /> 3.3 Initial occurrence in intonational unit <br /> 3.4 Adversative conjunctions deleted <br /> 3.5 <i>blke</i>&#8201;: Contrastive after negative <br />4. Disjunctive coordinators <br /> 4.1 Phrase level <br /> 4.2 VP and clause level <br /> 4.3 The coordinator <i>y&#225;-&#236;nke</i> <br />5. Bisyndetic coordinative conjunctions <br /> 5.1 Main points <br /> 5.2 The bisyndetic coordinators <br />6. <i>h&#230;m</i> &#8216;also&#8217; and other uses <br /> 6.1 The uses of <i>h&#230;m</i> <br /> 6.2 Further discussion of <i>h&#230;m</i> <br />7. Conclusion

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