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parataxis: parataxis

The parataxis relation (from Greek for “place side by side”) is a relation between the main verb of a clause and other sentential elements, such as a sentential parenthetical, a clause after a “:” or a “;”, or two sentences placed side by side without any explicit coordination or subordination. More information can be found on the universal dependency page (u-dep/parataxis)

t= ʔoːr -ej oː= meːk fidin -i / galeːl -i -n i- di i- ni //
text_en: "Girl! chase the donkey away!" he said, he said.
parataxis(di, galeːl ) ("say", "drive_cattle")

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