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Patterns in clause, sentence, and discourse in selected languages of India and Nepal.

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Published in Norman, Okla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • India -- Languages.,
  • Nepal -- Languages.

  • Edition Notes

    Work done under contract no. OEC-0-9-097721-2778(014), U.S. Office of Education.

    Statement[Edited by] Ronald L. Trail.
    SeriesSummer Institute of Linguistics publications in linguistics and related fields -- no. 41., Summer Institute of Linguistics publications in linguistics and related fields -- publication no. 41.
    ContributionsTrail, Ronald L.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14115390M
    ISBN 10088312047X


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Patterns in clause, sentence, and discourse in selected languages of India and Nepal. by Summer Institute of Linguistics. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Patterns in Clause, Sentence, and Discourse in Selected Languages of India and Nepal: Part I, Sentence and Discourse. Trail, Ronald L. This volume presents five languages of India-Nepal from four different language families: Halbi and Kupia (India) of the Indo-Aryan family, Parengi-Gorum (India) of the Munda family, Dhangar-Kudux (Nepal) of the Cited by: 1.

Patterns in Clause, Sentence, and Discourse in Selected Languages of India and Nepal: Part II, Clause. Trail, Ronald L. This volume presents a study of the clause as a verb-centered construction surrounded by certain nuclear constituents which serve to subcategorize by: 3.

Patterns in Clause, Sentence, and Discourse in Selected Languages of India and Nepal: Part III, Texts. Trail, Ronald L.

This volume presents a compilation and translation of folktales and other forms of oral literature in the Kupia, Kotia Oriya, and Parengi Languages of India. Kupia and Kotia Oriya are Indo-Aryan languages, while Parengi is a Cited by: 3.

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This volume, the second in a series of four on the languages of Nepal, contains the following papers: "Clause Patterns in Nepaili,""Clause Patterns in Tamang," and "A Survey of Clause Patterns." For other volumes in the series Author: Austin Hale.

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