The Central Institute of Indian Languages is entrusted with the responsibility of assisting the development of tribal and other minor languages. Sema is a Naga language belonging to the Sino-Tibetan family of languages. The Sino-Tibetan family can be further sub-divided into two sub-families and Sema belongs to one of these, the Tibeto-Burman group.
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adverb adverb phrase affricate allomorphs Angami animate central vowels clan class of nouns clitic clusters consonants constituents cv cv dental eat meat Ekili focus marker fricatives function gender suffixes grammatical category grammatical class Hatoli ilimi illustrate the occurrence illustrative examples given indicate instance interrogative kaku kini kiwi kize Kohima ktha kttt lakhi locative verb masculine modal morpheme Naga languages Nagaland nani nasals negative marker Nisala niye non-human noun head noun phrase noun/pronoun nouns referring nucleus numeral occur pama pano particle passive past tense marker personal pronouns phoneme place of articulation plural marker positional variants post-posed postpositions pre-posed principal verb qualitative adjective relationship Sema language sentence in Sema sequence show a three-way Shri simple sentence sub-class sub-group subordinate clause syllable syntagmatic three-way opposition timl type of sentences unvoiced vowels whereas word-final position Zunheboto Zunheboto district