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  • Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/415718
  • Keyterms: papago, clause, postverbal, syntactic, information, indefinite, discourse, pragmatically, overt, table, definite, hearer, argument, preverbal, object, oblique, subject, saxton, phrase, entity, absolutive, quantifier, pragmatic, typological, category
  • CiteRank: 59632

Top Words
Word Count
the7024
of5312
in4064
and3584
is3424
a2400
to2224
for1760
are1728
as1648
with1552
order1504
that1488
information1392
be1376
Top Bigrams
Bigram Count
of the815
in the704
is not304
it is304
order of288
to the288
to be288
the verb288
information is288
value of272
of a256
can be256
syntactic role240
that the240
for the240
Top Trigrams
Trigram Count
the value of240
structuring in papago176
information structuring in176
in papago information150
papago information structuring150
subject and object128
overt direct arguments112
new information is112
pragmatically marked information96
this is the80
strongly associated with80
be taken as80
the standard typological80
papago personal narratives80
the conjunction of80
Top Quadgrams
Quadgram Count
information structuring in papago176
papago information structuring in150
structuring in papago information150
in papago information structuring150
two overt direct arguments64
the universe of discourse64
within the universe of64
is more strongly associated48
which the speaker assumes48
choice of syntactic role48
with discontinuity than is48
a new active discourse48
the papago personal narratives48
summer institute of linguistics48
the standard typological tradition48
Top Keyterms
Keyterm Weight
papago2.0
clause1.998
postverbal1.99
syntactic1.989
information1.988
indefinite1.987
discourse1.986
pragmatically1.985
overt1.985
table1.984
definite1.984
hearer1.984
argument1.983
preverbal1.983
object1.983

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