Some Not So ‘San’guine Discourse Particles in Southeastern Puebla Náhuatl Narratives

Statement of Responsibility:
Reed, Ralph T
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Date:
1995
Publisher:
Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc.
Part Of Series:
SIL Mexico Workpapers 11
Extent:
pages 53-66
Description:
An explanation of the uses of two particles in Southeastern Puebla Náhuatl. These particles can appear as separate words or in fused forms, in many cases as limiting or intensifying modifiers; some forms serve as discourse-level markers.
Publication Status:
Published
Country:
Mexico
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Subject:
Discourse markers
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Entry Number:
10856