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Notes from the Field: Remontado (Hatang-Kayi): A Moribund Language of the Philippines

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Title:Notes from the Field: Remontado (Hatang-Kayi): A Moribund Language of the Philippines
Authors:Lobel, Jason William
Surbano, Orlando Vertudez
language documentation
Date Issued:Feb 2019
Publisher:University of Hawaii Press
Citation:Lobel, Jason William & Orlando Vertudez Surbano. 2019. Notes from the Field: Remontado (Hatang-Kayi): A Moribund Language of the Philippines. Language Documentation & Conservation 13. 1-35.
Abstract:Nearly half a century has passed since Philippine educator Teodoro Llamzon discovered the Remontado language, which would be introduced to the world in a master’s thesis written by his student Pilar Santos. Although data from the wordlists they collected have been included in subsequent publications by several other authors, no one had revisited the language community, let alone collected any additional data on this highly-endangered language, prior to the current authors. This article presents updated information on the language community, the current state of the language, and a revised description of the various grammatical subsystems of the language, including its verbal morphology. Also included are over 400 audio recordings illustrating basic aspects of the phonology as well as the various functor sets and verb forms, and a short text for comparison with other similar language sketches.
Pages/Duration:35 pages
Rights:Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International
Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 United States
Appears in Collections: Volume 13 : Language Documentation & Conservation

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