Evidential Types: Evidence from Cree Dialects1

@article{Blain2007EvidentialTE,
  title={Evidential Types: Evidence from Cree Dialects1},
  author={Eleanor M. Blain and R. D{\'e}cha{\^i}ne},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  year={2007},
  volume={73},
  pages={257 - 291}
}
Evidentials, which introduce the speaker’s perspective regarding information being presented, can be divided into at least two classes in Cree: CP‐external (with illocutionary force) and IP‐external (with temporal or modal force). Cree dialects differ in their deployment of evidentials. CP‐external evidentials include quotative verbs (attested in all Cree dialects) and reportative particles (in Plains Cree). IP‐external evidentials include dubitative particles (in Plains Cree) as well as… Expand

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