Nomes contáveis e incontáveis em Ticuna

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https://doi.org/10.20396/liames.v21i00.8661367

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Nomes contáveis

Resumo

Este estudo examina a distinção entre nomes contáveis e de massa em Ticuna (língua isolada). Com base em dados primários de coleta de campo, mostro que o padrão de substantivos contáveis e de massa se diferencia em vários domínios gramaticais. No sistema numérico do Ticuna, demonstro que os nomes massivos são incompatíveis com a marcação de plural nominal e verbal. No sistema dos quantificadores, mostro que numerais e quantificadores da língua Ticuna se combinam apenas com substantivos introduzidos por determinantes, nunca com substantivos simples. Apesar desta restrição, numerais e quantificadores permanecem sensíveis à contagem. Mesmo quando introduzidos por determinantes, os substantivos massivos não podem se combinar com numerais, nem com três dos seis quantificadores disponíveis para contar substantivos.

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Biografia do Autor

Amalia Skilton, University of Texas at Austin

I am an NSF SBE Postdoctoral Research Fellow, affiliated with the Department of Linguistics at UT Austin. I was also previously affiliated with the Language Development Department at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen.

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2021-04-15

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Skilton, A. (2021). Nomes contáveis e incontáveis em Ticuna. LIAMES: Línguas Indígenas Americanas, 21(00), e021002. https://doi.org/10.20396/liames.v21i00.8661367