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The Special Nature of Australian Languages
Phonological Features of Australian Languages
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Aboriginal Studies affix-transferring appear Arandic Arnhem Land Austral Australian Institute Australian languages Australian linguistic Bandjalangic bound person markers bound subject Cape York Peninsula Capell catalysts Central Australia classification classifying system cognates communalects consonants constituting continent Dharawal dj g Dyirbalic eastern ergative Family prefixing free person markers grammar guages Gunwinggu Hale Institute of Aboriginal Kalkatungu Koko Kulinic Kulinic Group Kurnic language names lexical lexicostatistical linear distinctions Mabuiag Mbabaram morphemes Murngic Group Narrinyeri Northern Pama Subgroup nouns number of languages Nyulnyulan Family O'Grady—Voegelin—Voegelin 1966 object markers occur Pama-Maric Group Pama-Nyungan Family personal pronouns phonemic phylic families prefixing languages present Queensland regional vocabulary released stop retroflex Schmidt shared South Australia South Wales Southwest Group stop series subject and object suffixing languages Tasmanian languages tense Torres Strait verb vowel Wanman Waramungu Wati Subgroup Western Australia Western Desert language Wiradjuric Group Wurm Yangman York Peninsula languages you(one Yuin Yuin Subgroup Yuin-Kuric Group