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Open Access Derivational Verbal Morphology in Khaling

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卡嶺語動詞的派生形態

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This works describes the -t applicative/causative, the voicing alternation as well as a few other residual morphological processes in Khaling, and discusses their relevance to Sino-Tibetan historical comparison. (This article is in English.) 提要 本文描寫卡嶺語動詞的幾種派生形態,包括應用態/使動態的-t 後綴以及表示反使動態的聲母清濁交替,並討論這些派生形態對原始漢藏語構擬的貢獻。

Affiliations: 1: cnrs-crlao-inalco-ehess, rgyalrongskad@gmail.com 法國國家科學研究院

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This works describes the -t applicative/causative, the voicing alternation as well as a few other residual morphological processes in Khaling, and discusses their relevance to Sino-Tibetan historical comparison. (This article is in English.) 提要 本文描寫卡嶺語動詞的幾種派生形態,包括應用態/使動態的-t 後綴以及表示反使動態的聲母清濁交替,並討論這些派生形態對原始漢藏語構擬的貢獻。

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