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Geango (a copula of absence and transition)
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The copula of going can select Verb Phrases (VPs) headed by the following verb forms: a bare infinitive, a to-infinitive and a present participle.

In addition, the following phenomena are discussed: the copula of going is accompanied by a to-infinitival clause of purpose and the copula hinnegeango selects Verb-Initial infinitival clauses.

The copula geango shares properties with wêzebe and with bliuwestay.

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