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2012/11/20 neo gu <[log in to unmask]>

> For languages which inflect verbs for positive/negative polarity, where do
> you put the negative marker relative to the other affixes? Are finite and
> non-finite forms treated the same way?
>
> For example, in a language where the finite verb has suffixes for
> polarity, tense, person, and evidentiality, might have them in that order
> while the participle might have suffixes for aspect, grammatical voice, and
> polarity.
>
> --
> neogu
>

In the one example I can think of (Swahili) the negation markers are at the
ends (before other prefixes and after other suffixes). Can't remember any
other languages though.

Greets,
David

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