Edited by Martin Haspelmath
[Typological Studies in Language 58] 2004
► pp. 123–164
2. The conjunction b
2.1 b as a coordinating conjunction
2.2 b as a complementiser
2.3 A unified analysis of b
3. The conjunction bó
3.1 bó as a coordinating conjunction
3.2 bó as a complementiser
3.3 A unified account of bó
3.4 Does bó constitute a separate lexical entry from b ?
4. The theoretical relevance of the properties of b and bó
4.1 On the marked character of and-then conjunctions
4.2 The disjoint/coreferential subjects distinction
4.3 From connective adverb to complementiser through conjunction of coordination
5. Can NPs be conjoined?
5.1 The kpóɖó...kpó ‘with...with’ circumposition
5.2 Fongbe and other with-type languages
6. Coordinating constructions in Haitian Creole
6.1 The clausal conjunction epi
6.2 Can NPs be conjoined in Haitian Creole?
6.3 How did the properties of the Haitian lexical items get to be the way they are?
7. Concluding remarks: The typological features of Fongbe
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