Ti?ng Vi?t Không Son Ph?n

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John Benjamins Publishing, Jan 1, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 289 pages
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An essential descriptive introduction to a South-East Asian language with over seventy million speakers, this book provides a conservative treatment of the phonology, lexicon and syntax of Vietnamese, with comments on semantics and history, with particular reference to writing systems, loan words and syntactic structures. All example texts are transcribed and glossed.Prof. Nguy?n Đ́nh-Hoà has based this grammar on his vast teaching experience and gives basic insights into Vietnamese without veneer .
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 The Sound System
17
Chapter 3 The lexicon
35
Chapter 4 The lexicon continued
59
Chapter 5 Parts of Speech
83
Chapter 6 Parts of Speech continued
107
Chapter 7 Parts of Speech continued
139
Chapter 8 The Noun Phrase
171
Chapter 9 The Verb Phrase
185
Chapter 10 The Sentence
209
Chapter 11 The Sentence continued
233
APPENDIX 1 PARTSOF SPEECH
256
APPENDIX 2 TEXTS
257
BIBLIOGRAPHY
263
INDEX
276
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