A Papago Grammar

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University of Arizona Press, 1983 - Foreign Language Study - 190 pages
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This first pedagogical grammar of the Papago language features twenty chapters on grammatical constructions and five sample dialogs—plus abbreviations, symbols, summary of grammatical elements, and two glossaries. Classroom-tested for teaching both native and non-native speakers, the text also offers linguists an overview of the Papago language not available elsewhere.

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The Sounds of Papago
The g Determiner and YesNo Questions
Subject Pronouns and the I mperfective

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About the author (1983)

Ofelia Zepeda is a professor of linguistics and American Indian studies at the University of Arizona in Tucson. A MacArthur Fellow, she has published two books of poems, Ocean Power: Poems from the Desert and Earth Movements.

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