In this feature (based on WALS feature 63, by Leon Stassen), we ask whether a language uses a different marker for noun phrase conjunction (e.g. English John and Mary went to the movies) and comitative phrases (e.g. John went to the movies with Mary), as is the case in English (and vs. with), or whether the language has the same marker for noun phrase conjunction and comitative phrases, as e.g. in Principense (ki renders both 'and' and 'with').
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