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The historical development of inverse marking in Khroskyabs: evidence from two modern varieties: Siyuewu and Wobzi

Yunfan Lai
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This paper describes the inverse marking systems of two closely related Khroskyabs varieties, Siyuewu and Wobzi, and hypothesises the historical development of the Khroskyabs inverse marking system. I propose that a hypothetical prefix, *Cə-, which is probably related to the second person markers attested in many Trans-Himalayan languages, existed in Proto-Khroskyabs, and that it has different reflexes in the two modern Khroskyabs varieties.
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halshs-02266342 , version 1 (14-08-2019)

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Yunfan Lai. The historical development of inverse marking in Khroskyabs: evidence from two modern varieties: Siyuewu and Wobzi. 2019. ⟨halshs-02266342⟩
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