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Clitic Doubling in the Romance Languages

"The phenomenon of clitic doubling is very widespread in different forms in the Romance languages. It can be defined as the double occurrence of the same constituent twice inside a single clausal unit..." – By Cecilia Poletto and Francesco Pinzin

PPs and Particles in Germanic

"Prepositional phrases (PPs) are headed by a preposition, an indeclinable word that expresses relationships between two entities, the Figure and the Ground. Prepositions are members of a larger class of adpositions..." – By Marion Elenbaas

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