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A Grammar of Mosetén

Author: Jeanette Sakel
Publisher: Berlin/Boston De Gruyter De Gruyter Mouton 2004
Series: Mouton Grammar Library [MGL], 33
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
Publication:A grammar of Mosetén.
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Review text: " ... not only a high-quality language description that surely will be actively used by typologists of all sorts, but also an invaluable point of reference for comparative studies of South American languages."Olesya Khanina in: Linguist List 16.1245.
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Additional Physical Format: Erscheint auch als
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jeanette Sakel
ISBN: 9783110915280 3110915286 3110183404 9783110183405
OCLC Number: 853248279
In: Sakel, Jeanette
Language Note: English and Moseten.
Notes: Lizenzpflichtig
Description: Online-Ressource 3 maps.
Contents: Abbreviations; Maps; Map I: Bolivia; Map II: The area where Mosetén and Chimane are spoken; Map III: Neighboring languages; List of tables; 1. Introduction; 1.1. Mosetenan; 1.2. The genetic affiliation of Mosetenan; 1.3. Mosetén and its speakers; 1.4. History of the Mosetenes and previous research; 1.5. History and method of my research; 1.6. Structural characteristics of Mosetén; 2. Phonology; 2.1. Vowels; 2.2. Consonants; 2.3. Phonotactics; 2.4. Stress; 2.5. Morphophonology; 2.6. Orthography; 3. Morphological processes; 3.1. Roots and stems; 3.2. Affixes; 3.3. Clitics; 4. The nominal system.
Series Title: Mouton Grammar Library [MGL], 33
Responsibility: Jeanette Sakel
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Moseten belongs to the small, unclassified language family Mosetenan and is spoken by roughly 800 people in the foothills of the Bolivian Andes and the adjoining lowland region. It is aimed at  Read more...

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