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Chickasaw and Choctaw, the two Western Muskogean languages, have several different relative clause constructions, each of which is internally headed: (1) relative clauses with final demonstratives; (2) relative clauses in which the verb is marked with the suffix -kaash; and (3) relative clauses in which the verb is marked with a form of the complement switch-reference marker -ka. Western Muskgean relative clauses sometimes take the marking predicted by the case system, sometimes the markingdoi:10.5334/gjgl.184 fatcat:4fth7xwj4fhpbmzlfeiw22cftu