„Poliszintetikus nyelv” változatai közötti eltérés

→‎Példák: irodalom
(elterjedés)
(→‎Példák: irodalom)
pl.: „pezsgőzhetnékem (van)” (I feel like having a glass of champagne)
-- Ez nem jó példa, mert nincs benne állítmány, így nem teljes mondat, másrészt félrevezető, mert a szófajváltás és a grammatikalizáció sokkal sajátosabb jellemzője. -->
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