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Complementisers in language contact : The influence of Italian che on South Slavic and Albanian in Molise and beyond

Complementisers in language contact : The influence of Italian che on South Slavic and Albanian in Molise and beyond

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BREU, Walter, 2022. Complementisers in language contact : The influence of Italian che on South Slavic and Albanian in Molise and beyond. In: WIEMER, Björn, ed., Barbara SONNENHAUSER, ed.. Clausal Complementation in South Slavic. Berlin:De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 342-386. ISBN 978-3-11-072572-8. Available under: doi: 10.1515/9783110725858-007

@incollection{Breu2022Compl-56049, title={Complementisers in language contact : The influence of Italian che on South Slavic and Albanian in Molise and beyond}, year={2022}, doi={10.1515/9783110725858-007}, number={361}, isbn={978-3-11-072572-8}, address={Berlin}, publisher={De Gruyter Mouton}, series={Trends in Linguistics Studies and Monographs [TiLSM]}, booktitle={Clausal Complementation in South Slavic}, pages={342--386}, editor={Wiemer, Björn and Sonnenhauser, Barbara}, author={Breu, Walter} }

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