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Eastern Maroon Creole. Communicating gender in the Eastern Maroon Creole of Suriname

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Abstract

1.Introduction <br /> 2. Gender in the Eastern Maroon Creole (EMC) <br /> 2.1 Personal nouns with lexical gender: Kinship terms <br /> 2.2 Address forms <br /> 2.3 Formation of gender-marked personal nouns from non-personal words <br /> 2.4. Formation of gender-marked nouns from personal nouns <br /> 3. The interpretation of personal nouns in discourse <br /> 3.1 Gender-unmarked personal nouns <br /> 3.2 Words overtly marked as &#8216;male&#8217; <br /> 3.3 Words overtly marked as &#8216;female&#8217; <br /> 4. Conclusion <br /> <i>Notes <br />References</i>

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