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The Alta Languages of the Philippines

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Title: The Alta Languages of the Philippines
Authors: Reid, Lawrence A.
Keywords: Northern Alta language
Southern Alta language
LC Subject Headings: Austronesian languages
Philippine languages
Negritos
Issue Date: 1991
Citation: Reid, Lawrence. "The Alta languages of the Philippines." In VICAL 2, Western Austronesian and Contact Languages: Papers from the Fifth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics, edited by Ray Harlow, 265-297. Te Reo Special Publication. Auckland: Linguistic Society of New Zealand, 1991.
Series/Report no.: Te Reo
Special Publication
Abstract: This paper reports the results of fieldwork undertaken during the summer, 1987, on various little-known languages of the Philippines spoken by Negritos. The two languages discussed here are both known as Alta. For the purpose of distinguishing them, I shall henceforth refer to them as Southern Alta (ALTS) and Northern Alta (ALTN).2 The paper will discuss the degree of lexical relationship that Northern Alta and Southern Alta hold with each other, and with surrounding languages.
Pages/Duration: 38 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/33016
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