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The geometry of grammatical meaning: Semantic maps and cross-linguistic comparison

Haspelmath, Martin


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  "datePublished": "2003-07-18", 
  "description": "<p>Grammatical forms often appear to have multiple functions or meanings, in a way that differs strikingly across languages, although there are also clear similarities. The semantic-map method has been proposed to summarize similarities and differences between languages in the way they code grammatical meanings, and this paper provides an authoritative overview of the method.</p>", 
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