Yawuru Ngan-ga: A Phrasebook of the Yawuru Language
Yawuru Language Team
Magabala Books, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 98 pages
The compilers of this book hope that there is enough information to encourage people to learn to speak the language although strictly speaking it is not a grammar book as such.
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