By Francis Byrne, Donald Winford
The quantity has as its subject, not just the kinds of formal buildings and units which creole languages syntactically make the most of to accomplish constituent concentration, but additionally, in a wider feel, the numerous different phenomena and methods present in those languages which serve to spotlight sentence-level components. The publication is prepared into 5 sections: 1. verb concentration, predicate clefting and predicate doubling; 2. concentration and anti-focus; three. concentration and pronominals; four. discourse patterning; five. grammatical family.
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