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A preliminary statement of Witu grammar: the syntatic role and structure of the verb
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|Title:||A preliminary statement of Witu grammar: the syntatic role and structure of the verb|
|Authors:||Kerr, Harland B.|
|Keywords:||Wiru language -- Grammar|
|Abstract:||The following grammatical description of Witu adheres to no particular descriptive model. It is essentially a working analysis aiming to consolidate information already gained as a stepping stone to further insights into the grammatical structure of the language. It is particularly concerned with verbal constructions. Nominal constructions are less structured than verbal constructions and reveal relatively little significance to an interpretation of clause and sentence patterns.|
Bibliography: leaf 130.
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|Appears in Collections:||M.A. - Linguistics|
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