auditory evidentiality (Q15103)

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auditory evidentiality
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    AuditoryEvidentiality encodes the fact that the speaker came to believe the content of the expression through direct auditory experience; they heard it. This does not include spoken reported accounts, but only direct sensory evidence, such as the situation of "hearing a tree fall" [Palmer 2001, 38].