Some APiCS languages do not allow the standard negator to co-occur with one or more tense, aspect, or mood markers. In some languages, the TAM marker is deleted, in other languages, the marker is replaced by another TAM marker, and in still other languages, the TAM marker is replaced by a special marker (or negator) which does not belong to the set of markers which occur in affirmative sentences.
|Same TAM marking in negated clauses||47|
|Reduced TAM marking in negated clauses||10|
|Different TAM marking in negated clauses||9|
|Reduced and different TAM marking in negated clauses||2|
|No TAM marker||3|
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