Article published in:Subordination in Native South American Languages
Edited by Rik van Gijn, Katharina Haude and Pieter Muysken
[Typological Studies in Language 97] 2011
► pp. 281–306
Complex sentences in Uchumataqu in a comparative perspective with Chipaya
The following article aims at providing an overview of complex sentences in Uchumataqu (Uru), including a brief comparison with subordination devices in the genetically related Chipaya language. The comparison seeks to provide an impression of the similarities and differences between subordination strategies in the two languages, and it will become apparent that there are some considerable differences which show that Uchumataqu and Chipaya represent different morphological types.
Published online: 29 April 2011
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