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Focus subtypes can be characterized according to scope and pragmatic (e.g., [non]‐contrastive) information. While the existence of strategies dedicated to code scope seems clear, the existence of… (More)
In Kokama-Kokamilla (KK), ditransitive constructions — i.e. syntactic units that profile three participants and contain two non-subject arguments — do not exist as a distinct type relative to… (More)