Positively Polar Plurals

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While most European languages obligatorily mark number on nouns, many other languages have an opposition between a bare general number form and the plural (Corbett 2000). Such 'Optional Number Languages' are Korean (Kim 2005), Balinese (Arka & Dalrymple 2017), Buriat (Bylinina & Podobryaev t.a.), and Bangla (Biswas 2013). We present novel evidence from Korean and Bangla that plural marking on inde...

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