A Grammar of Modern Breton

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Walter de Gruyter, 1986 - Breton (Langue) - Grammaire - 406 pages
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Contents

Chapter
1
Conclusion
9
A Proposed System
23
The Mutations
38
Conclusion
55
The Adjective
77
The Numeral
86
The Pronoun
97
Chapter 4
185
The Composite Sentence
204
Conclusion
210
Appendices
225
A Glimpse of Breton Literature
251
Selected Readings with Commentary
257
Maps
301
BretonEnglish Glossary
315

The Preposition
115
The Verb
125
The Adverb
173
Bibliography
387
Readers
401
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