Datapoint Rutul / Semantic Distinctions of Evidentiality

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  1. Timur Maisak Says:

    I am not sure this is correct. Alekseev (1994b: 237) only provides an example with the particle -kal, which is translated in this example as ‘it seems’ (in fact, the particle -kal is a similative marker ‘like’). Alekseev does not interpret this as evidentiality encoding, in fact this is the only example of the use of this particle he gives.

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