Morphosyntactic parameters and the internal classification of Benue‐Kwa (Niger‐Congo)
Niger‐Congo's Kwa and Benue‐Congo zones, jointly covering most of tropical Africa, run between isolating and agglutinative types. Historical phonology finds few innovations above the local cluster, but assuming the phase theory of generative syntax, a clear division emerges based on the timing (early/VP vs late/TP) of PF‐Spell‐Out.
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