Ika Syntax, Issue 94
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 140 pages
Ika is a Chibchan language spoken by some 7,000 persons in northeastern Colombia. This grammar was written from a typological/functional perspective, which was found to provide a good framework for writing broadly useful, descriptive grammars.
23 pages matching negative in this book
Results 1-3 of 23
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Word Classes in
The Noun Phrase
Case Marking and Postpositional Phrases
6 other sections not shown
Abran action adjective adverbial affixes animacy aux-dist aux-med AUX-MED-WIT benefactive Bintukwa cert Chibchan language clause connectors cntr complement contrast copula declarative mood deictic suffixes eima embedded enclitic erg top Ergative marking event example genitive grammatical guiadzina head noun hunting in?gui independent clause indicates interrogative intransitive verb involving jaguar Jose Juan kawa keiwi killed languages lexical verb main verb marker medial modal suffix morpheme morpheme boundary motion verb mouga mule negative neika ngua future noun class noun phrase object prefixes occurs optional auxiliary verbs Pablo pari participant reference pattern Pedro peri person plural position possessor postposition pragmatic pronouns puma question word referenced relative clause restricting clause ri topic right^away second-person shotgun speaker split ergativity structure subject noun phrase syllable temporal Tracy transitive clauses tsua unmarked noun phrases usually verb phrase vowel yes/no question zero anaphora zoza-na
All Book Search results »