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Two grammars in one : Sentential complements and complementizers in Bengali and other South Asian Languages

Two grammars in one : Sentential complements and complementizers in Bengali and other South Asian Languages

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BAYER, Josef, 2001. Two grammars in one : Sentential complements and complementizers in Bengali and other South Asian Languages. Tokyo Symposium on South Asian Languages : Contact, Convergence and Typology. Tokyo. In: RAJENDRA SINGH ..., , ed.. The Yearbook of South Asian Languages and Linguistics. Tokyo Symposium on South Asian Languages : Contact, Convergence and Typology. Tokyo. New Delhi [u.a.]:Sage, pp. 11-36. ISBN 0-7619-9560-9

@inproceedings{Bayer2001gramm-30180, title={Two grammars in one : Sentential complements and complementizers in Bengali and other South Asian Languages}, year={2001}, doi={10.1515/9783110245264.11}, isbn={0-7619-9560-9}, address={New Delhi [u.a.]}, publisher={Sage}, booktitle={The Yearbook of South Asian Languages and Linguistics}, pages={11--36}, editor={Rajendra Singh ...}, author={Bayer, Josef} }

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