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Full Title: Evidentiality in Uralic

Location: Budapest, Hungary
Start Date: 27-Jun-2017 - 28-Jun-2017
Contact: Anne Tamm
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Meeting Description: Uralic languages are rich in markers expressing the source of information, and they distinguish several semantic types of evidentiality. Most evidential systems are undergoing changes: some forms become optional, some disappear and yet other forms emerge. In many Uralic languages and dialects, the verbs and morphemes that have given rise to the evidential forms are still used in their original form and function as well. Several evidentials are based on non-finites and distinguish themselves in their syntax and morphology from other non-finites or finite forms.
Linguistic Subfield: Morphology; Syntax
Subject Language Family: Uralic
LL Issue: 27.4825

This is a session of the following meeting:
Conference on the Syntax Of Uralic Languages

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