A’ingae =sa'ne APPR and the semantic typology of apprehensional adjuncts

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We explore the semantics and typology of functional morphemes encoding apprehensional, i.e. negative prospective, meanings through a detailed case study of the adjunct uses of the apprehensional morpheme =sa'ne APPR in A'ingae (or Cofán, ISO 639-3: con, an Amazonian isolate). We provide the first formal semantic account of apprehensional morphemes. In a structure [p [q=sa'ne]], =sa'ne APPR encodes...


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