A practical grammar of the St. Lawrence Island/Siberian Yupik Eskimo language
Alaska Native Language Center, College of Liberal Arts, University of Alaska, 1990 - Foreign Language Study - 103 pages
A grammer of the Yupik or Yuit language as spoken on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska and in Siberia, designed for teaching both speakers and non-speakers.
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Words and bases Formation
lst and 2nd person possessor
3rd person possessor possessed
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2nd person 3rd person subject Aanunga aanuq ablative-modalis aequalis aghnaq base with postbase bases ending bases that end boat Central Yup'ik Chapter citation form cluster compound-verbal connective moods consonant English Eskimo languages Examples final consonants fricative full vowel grammatical topics indefinite object independent relative indicative interrogative mood intransitive Inupiaq itegh localis lst person main verb means mood marker negh<e neghtuq non-reflexive noun noun bases noun endings optative mood P-ed P-ing person/number markers personal pronouns plural dual possessed absolutive possessor postbase and ending postural roots Qakun qavagh Qavngaq qiya qula reflexive salmonberries Savoonga sea peach semi-final sentences Siberian Yupik sing plur dual sleep sleep paralysis spilled suffixes takes transitive endings terminalis transitive verb Translate the following tuqute unpossessed uvular dropping velar verb bases verb endings verb moods verb-elaborating postbase verbalizing postbase vialis voiceless voiceless fricatives vowel dominance you2 youi youpi Yugem Yupik language