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The aboriginal languages of the south-west of Australia; speech forms in current use, and a technical description of Njun̦aṛ,

Author: Wilfrid Henry Douglas
Publisher: Canberra, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1968.
Series: Australian aboriginal studies, no. 14.; Linguistic series, no 4.
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Linguistic divisions of the region; short comparative word list - English - Watjari - Western Desert, Njungar; dialect differences; four major speech forms and their local designations, texts with translations (Njungar, neo-Nyungar, Wetjala, Yeraka); grammatical study, changes to English, kinship terms, traditional places & beings; phonology, morphophonemics, grammatical structure, dictionary.
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Douglas, Wilfrid Henry.
Aboriginal languages of the south-west of Australia.
Canberra, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1968
(OCoLC)760269540
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wilfrid Henry Douglas
OCLC Number: 1505256
Notes: English and Njun̦aṛ.
Description: vii, 105, iii pages map 26 cm.
Series Title: Australian aboriginal studies, no. 14.; Linguistic series, no 4.
Responsibility: by Wilfrid H. Douglas.

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Linguistic divisions of the region; short comparative word list - English - Watjari - Western Desert, Njungar; dialect differences; four major speech forms and their local designations, texts with translations (Njungar, neo-Nyungar, Wetjala, Yeraka); grammatical study, changes to English, kinship terms, traditional places & beings; phonology, morphophonemics, grammatical structure, dictionary.

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