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When is a conjunction not a conjunction?

That reminds me of a structure that comes up a lot in English that I can't quite understand syntactically. Just because I need a bit of space sometimes doesn't mean I don't love you. Of course, it can ...
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Can "words" ever have multiple parts of speech?

There are some words that have arguably more than one part of speech. I am thinking of contractions like German im (<in dem) or Italian nella (<in la), both meaning "in the", ...
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Can "words" ever have multiple parts of speech?

Japanese has several types of adjectives: i-adjectives, na-adjectives, and others. Japanese also has nouns. Some words, in different syntactical contexts, can be used as nouns and na-adjectives. (...
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