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THE LlNGUlSTlC SlTUATlON OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES
EVALUATlON OF PREVlOUS WORK ON DHARAWAL AND DHURGA
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Aboriginal Studies alternation appear Australian English Australian languages Australian lnstitute Capell Chapter consists consonant clusters Dharamba Dharawal and Dhurga Dharawal or Dhurga Dharawal words Dharug Dhurga informant Dhurga languages Dhurga vocabulary Dhurga words diphthongs discussed Dixon Dyirringan ENGLlSH LANGUAGE PHONEMlC evidence example FORM ENGLlSH LANGUAGE Frank Mumbler free form pronouns given grammar of Dharawal Gundungurra Gwiyagal Hercus inflected initial instances intransitive LANGUAGE PHONEMlC FORM Lexicon linguistic lnstitute of Aboriginal long vowel mabura manuscript Mathews gives minimal pairs morpheme nasal Ngarigu noun Nowra paradigms pattern person singular phonemicised phonetic PHONETlC FORM ENGLlSH phonology plural Port Jackson possessive pronoun suffixes R.H. Mathews remember retroflexes rhotic Ridley Ridley's sentence sing sounds South Coast South Wales speakers spelling spoken stem tense syllable Tharumba Thawa third person Thurrawal Timbery Turuwul unpublished grammar verb stem Voegelin vowel length Walbanga Wallaga Lake Wandandian Wodi Wodi word final word-final written sources Wurm