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Some Aspects of Bambara yé....yé sentences

Siaka Sangare

Abstract

Bambara, a Niger-Congo language from the Mande linguistic family group have many specifics as a language. It's a head final language with a S-Aux-O-V-X word order. Verbal particle (Aux, MP) which are obligatory in a natural sentence appear between the subject (S) and the object (O). The verb is always final and may be followed by adjuncts or oblique complements. Bambara is a multi-system copular language because it has four copulative elements: ká, bɛ́, dòn and yé, each element having its specificity. Here in this paper we focus on yé....yé sentences which seems to be the most problematic.

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hal-03982661 , version 1 (10-02-2023)

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Siaka Sangare. Some Aspects of Bambara yé....yé sentences. Colloque Ecole Doctorale Cognition Langage Interaction Paris 8, Nov 2022, Paris, France. ⟨hal-03982661⟩
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