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The verb in Bena-Bena: its form and function
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|Title:||The verb in Bena-Bena: its form and function|
|Authors:||Young, Robert Alexander|
Language and languages
|Abstract:||This work gives a description of the structure of the verb in Bena-bena, a language of the Eastern Highlands District of the Territory of New Guinea. The study of the composition of the verb gives much deeper insight into the structure of the language than does the study of other constituents of the clause. This paper therefore deals only with the verb constructions.|
Bibliography: leaves 101-102.
vi, 102 leaves tables
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