Kunjen Syntax: A Generative View, Issue 19

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Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Jan 1, 1972 - Gundjun dialects - 160 pages
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Based on data gathered between July 1964 and June 1970; first appeared as dissertation in partial fulfilment of Ph.D. requirements at University of Hawaii; aims to present basic syntax of Oykangand & Olgol (Kunjen dialects); considers case grammar; lists notational conventions; conjunction; case system; noun phrases and sentence embedding; nouns and classifiers; pronominalisation; modality constituent; verbs; imperatives and questions; summary of Oykangand rules; sample text in Oykangand with interlinear literal translation followed by free translation & lexicon; brief description of Olgol syntax; Olgol text with interlinear literal translation followed by free translation.

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Contents

NOTATIONAL CONVENTIONS
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Table Page
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THE CASE SYSTEM
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