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16. Coordination in Oceanic languages and Proto Oceanic

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Abstract

1.Introduction 1.1 Typological preliminaries <br /> 1.2 Existing reconstructions <br />2. Nominal coordination <br /> 2.1 Tight and loose coordination <br /> 2.2 Common NPs vs proper NPs coordination <br />3. Verb phrase and clausal coordination <br /> 3.1 Phrasal (NP/VP) and clausal coordination marked differently <br /> 3.2 Phrasal and clausal coordination marked identically <br /> 3.3 Nominal coordination differs from verbal and clausal coordination <br />4. Numeral and end of lists coordination <br />5. Coordination and comitative <br />6. Adverbial functions of coordinators <br />7. Discussion <br /> 7.1 Towards a typology of Oceanic coordination <br /> 7.2 The coordinator-to-TAM-marker shift in Western Oceanic <br /> 7.3 Proto Oceanic Coordinators <br />8. Conclusion

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