A Grammar of Udihe

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Walter de Gruyter, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 968 pages
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Contents

Phonology
33
Phonotactics and prosody
61
Morphology
97
Nominal derivation
149
Adjectives
171
Verbal morphology
205
Verbal derivation
287
Pronouns
333
Valencechanging operations
571
Copular clauses
607
Complex sentences
647
Relative clause
673
Complement subordinate clause
703
Adverbial clause
725
Coreference
753
Questions and negation
799

Adverbs and postpositions
365
Numerals and quantifiers
417
Particles and extraclausal elements
437
Syntax
477
Verbal valence
507
Grammatical relations
533
Information structure and word order
839
Texts
867
Thematic lexicon
913
References
953
Index
963
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