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Abstract

St-Louis-Creole or Tayo is spoken by the people of the St-Louis tribe in New Caledonia. Our data stem from several months of fieldwork in 1989 and 1990 with some Melanesian families of the tribe. All the phrases and structures we quote in this article can be placed in a communicative and syntactic context. © 1993.

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Ehrhart, S. (1992). The development of the preverbal markers in St-Louis-Creole: The formation of a TMA-system? Language Sciences, 14(3), 233–247. https://doi.org/10.1016/0388-0001(92)90006-Z

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