Between Agreement and Case Marking in Lamnso

  • Laura W. McGarrity, Robert Botne
  • Published 2004


Lamnso, a language in the Grassfields branch of Southern Bantoid, has a system of noun classes marked by (C)V affixes that attach to the stem. Noun modifiers agree with the noun by attaching a comparable affix that matches the class. This type of NP-level concord is typical of Bantu languages. At the clausal level, (C)V markers that are identical in form to… (More)

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