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Mirativity

astonishment of the speaker.

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Mirativity in Korean and Bulgarian
Category of Evidentiality and Mirativity in Chechen.
Conference on the Languages of the Caucasus, 7-9.12.2007, Max Planck Institute EVA, Leipzig.
Why 'First/Non-First Person' is Not Grammaticalized Mirativity
first person-marking systems, have sometimes been compared with mirativity systems.
Only” as a Mirative Particle
The concept of mirativity was introduced in typology by DeLancey (1997) for unless told not to —which would be precisely the aim of the mirative marker.
Mirativity as Implicature The overarching goal of this paper is to

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Mirative - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A mirative (or admirative; abbreviated mir) is a particular grammatical element in some languages that indicates unexpected and new information.
Mirativity in Korean and Bulgarian
Category of Evidentiality and Mirativity in Chechen.
Conference on the Languages of the Caucasus, 7-9.12.2007, Max Planck Institute EVA, Leipzig.
Mirativity | Facebook
Mirativity - Description: A mirative is a particular grammatical element in some languages that indicates unexpected and new information.
Why 'First/Non-First Person' is Not Grammaticalized Mirativity
first person-marking systems, have sometimes been compared with mirativity systems.

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