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- The Origins of Syntax in Discourse: A Case Study of Tok Pisin Relatives
- Gillian Sankoff, Penelope Brown
- Language, Vol. 52, No. 3 (Sep., 1976), pp. 631-666
- Subjects: Linguistics, American Indian Studies
- Key terms: sentence, bilong, speaker, pronoun, pisin, identification, clause, hearer, referent, parenthetical, relative, embedded, cleft, characterization, discourse, identificational, syntactic, embedding, coreferential, intonation, syntax, relativization, diane, expression, initial
- CiteRank: 0.8202
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