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The Naxi aspectual particles 'teiq' and 'neiq': English version of a paper published in Chinese in the year 2000 in the journal Yunnan Minzu Yuwen, volume 1, pp. 18-24

Abstract : Naxi, like other Tibeto-Burman languages, is rich in grammatical particles. The categories of particles include postpositions like the Naxi word nee, which indicates the grammatical relations of ergative subject, source and instrumental oblique. There are also particles that indicate aspect and mood. Understanding what particles do syntactically and semantically is vital to understanding languages such as Naxi. In this article, we will explain the two aspect particles teiq and neiq.
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Thomas Pinson. The Naxi aspectual particles 'teiq' and 'neiq': English version of a paper published in Chinese in the year 2000 in the journal Yunnan Minzu Yuwen, volume 1, pp. 18-24. 2000. ⟨halshs-02126137⟩

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