Leveling of the 3 sg./pl. verb distinctions in Ontarian French

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Centre de recherches en éducation franco-ontarienne, Institut d"études pédagogiques de l"Ontario=The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education , Toronto
French language -- Ontario -- Grammar., French language -- Ontario --
Other titlesCurrent research in Romance languages : proceedings of the eleventh annual symposium on Romance languages
StatementRaymond Mougeon, Edouard Beniak.
ContributionsBeniak, Edouard., Centre for Franco-Ontarian Studies., Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (11th : 1981 : University of Texas)
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