A Grammar of Jamul Tipay

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Walter de Gruyter, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 379 pages
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Contents

Phonology
11
Lexical structure
51
Derivation
89
Inflection
135
Clause structure
149
Relative clauses and nominalized complement clauses
205
Clause combining
227
Auxiliary constructions
267
Sample texts and notes on discourse
331
Some differences between Jamul Tiipay and Mesa Grande Mipay
359
References
365
Morpheme index
373
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