The Aorist and the Perfect in Mano

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The foci of this paper are the semantic differences between two perfective constructions in the Mano language, the Aorist and the Perfect. The paper is based on Östen Dahl’s classic questionnaire, as well as various sources of natural speech data, including narratives, routine conversations, and ritual speech, Christian and traditional. The core semantic property of the Mano Perfect is event relevance, which isconfirmed by the annulled result test. The core function of the Aorist is being the narrative tense. The paper also includes discussion of two secondary functions of the Perfect and the Aorist, namely, anticipation of future events and transposition to the past. The secondary functions confirm the basic distinction between the Aorist and the Perfect, the latter maintaining a closer connection with the reference point.
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OtsikkoAfrican linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics
ToimittajatRobert Botne, Samuel Gyasi Obeng
Sivumäärä18
KustantajaLanguage Science Press
Julkaisupäivä2019
TilaJulkaistu - 2019
OKM-julkaisutyyppiA4 Artikkeli konferenssijulkaisuussa
TapahtumaAnnual Conference on African Linguistics - http://linguistics.berkeley.edu/acal47/, Berkeley, Yhdysvallat (USA)
Kesto: 23 maaliskuuta 201526 maaliskuuta 2015

Julkaisusarja

NimiContemporary African Linguistics
KustantajaLanguage Science Press
ISSN (elektroninen)2511-7726

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Khachaturyan, M. (2019). The Aorist and the Perfect in Mano. teoksessa R. Botne, & S. G. Obeng (Toimittajat), African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics (Contemporary African Linguistics). Language Science Press.
Khachaturyan, Maria. / The Aorist and the Perfect in Mano. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Toimittaja / Robert Botne ; Samuel Gyasi Obeng. Language Science Press, 2019. (Contemporary African Linguistics).
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