Datapoint Khalkha / Inclusive/Exclusive Distinction in Independent Pronouns

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  1. Cristiana Says:

    Poppe (1951:71) writes ,,Die Formen bideni, bidende usw. sind Inklusivformen, d. h. sie beziehen sich auf die sprechenden zusammen mit den angeredeten Personen, wogegen die Formen mana, manda, manas usw. Exklusivformen sind”. I am a bit confused by the above Atlas entry, as Poppe (and Janhunen 2012: 134) seem to confirm the existance in usage of the exlusive<7inclusve Differentiation.

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