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Valence in Classical Trevecian – part 3/3

(Access the previous parts here: Part 1 and Part 2.) Part 3: Ideologies of Noun Class and Valence When considering actual usage of valence particles in Classical Trevecian, patterns that depart from the grammatical rules described above are often encountered. … Continue reading

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Valence in Classical Trevecian – part 2/3

(Part 1 can be accessed here.) Part 2: Valence Adjusting Operations Valence adjusting operations in Classical Trevecian are handled through different configurations of valence particles, as well as other syntactic mechanisms such as serial verb constructions or pronoun reduplication. 2.1 … Continue reading

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Valence in Classical Trevecian – part 1/3

Part 1: Basic Valence Particles 1.1 Introduction Classical Trevecian is the language of the Taršemâ, the Holy Book of Olerism, a monotheist religion spread through large areas of the continent of Burnath. It was spoken in the lands of the … Continue reading

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