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    Resumptive / reduplicative pronouns

    I have been reading grammar and found these two words. Resumptive and Reduplicative pronouns. Are they the same thing?

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    Re: Resumptive / reduplicative pronouns

    Not at all.

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    Re: Resumptive / reduplicative pronouns

    Quote Originally Posted by riquecohen View Post
    Not at all.
    Could you explain the difference please?

    Resumptive means that a word is doubled. For example - My friend he watches television. To me he is resumptive and reduplicative.

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