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  1. Apr 2017
    1. This particle can be preceded by a conjunction.

      I think we should also add that it takes pronominal suffixes which can function as grammatical entities (usually as the subject of a verbal participle). Also include an example where this happens.

      Also, I think we should include that these two particles ALWAYS "point" to what comes immediately after them in the text.

    2. at the beginning of a clause

      This is true, but it also occurs in the middle of a clause sometimes (usually with the conjunction) and serves a similar function of inviting the reader (or a person being spoken to) to see and/or understand what is to come.