Left-peripheral Free Relatives in Northern Basque

Abstract : Left-peripheral relative clauses (also known as correlative clauses) are widely attested in natural languages — in the Indo-European family, both ancient and modern, and outside of that domain too. Such is also the case of Basque, an isolate language spoken in South-Western France and Northern Spain, in which these Left-peripheric Free Relatives (LPFRs), are restricted to the Eastern dialects, i.e. those spoken in France, and the neighbouring subdialects spoken across the boundary, in Spanish Navarre...
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Georges Rebuschi, Anikó Lipták. Left-peripheral Free Relatives in Northern Basque. 2006. ⟨artxibo-00494288⟩

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