LINGUIST List 17.1398|
Sun May 07 2006
Qs: Differential Object Marking, Italian South Dialect
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Differential Object Marking, Italian South Dialect
Message 1: Differential Object Marking, Italian South Dialect
From: Giorgio Iemmolo <giorgio.iemmologmail.com>
Subject: Differential Object Marking, Italian South Dialect
I would like to know if there have been further studies,other than
Sornicola, La Fauci,Fiorentino, about Differential Object Marking in
Southern Italian dialects, with particular respect to Sicilian.
I will appreciate any hint and suggestion.
Linguistic Field(s): Typology
Subject Language(s): Sicilian (scn)
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