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1 LACITO - LACITO - Langues et civilisations à tradition orale - UMR 7107

Abstract : Oceanic languages, among which New Caledonian languages, are of some typological interest in that they tend to use various -and- coordination markers for different categories of conjuncts noun phrases, verb phrases or clauses, as well as for different subcategories of nouns animate vs. inanimate, of verbs stative vs. active and of clauses same subject vs. different subject clause coordination. Besides, each of these -and- conjunctions have a predominant semantic feature inclusory, comitative, additive as well as specific syntactic properties.The first part of this article is a detailed case-study of some of the coordinators in Nêlêmwa , to be followed by some comparative data from other New Caledonian languages Ajië, Bwatoo, Cèmuhî, Nyelâyu, Tîrî and other Oceanic languages of Papua New Guinea Manam, Tolai, the Solomon Islands Toqabaqita, Vanuatu Mwotlap and Fiji Boumaa Fijian.

Mots-clés : coordination coordination inclusive comitative langues océaniennes





Autor: Isabelle Bril -

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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