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LINGUIST List 20.490

Mon Feb 16 2009

Qs: Imperative Morphology

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        1.    Andrew Swearingen, Imperative Morphology


Message 1: Imperative Morphology
Date: 15-Feb-2009
From: Andrew Swearingen <andrew.swearingenling-phil.ox.ac.uk>
Subject: Imperative Morphology
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I am currently a doctoral student writing on Romance language imperatives,
but have a broader, typological question that could have bearing on the
discussion.

Is anyone familiar with a language in the world that has no verb morphology
(or very little), but has a morphologically distinct form for the imperative?

Thanks,
Andrew Swearingen
University of Oxford

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

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