2 edition of comparative typological analysis of a New Guinea language found in the catalog.
comparative typological analysis of a New Guinea language
Nils Magnus Holmer
Bibliography: p. -61.
|Statement||by Nils M. Holmer.|
|Series||Australian essays and studies,, 7|
|LC Classifications||PL6621.K171 H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||72177432|
Almost all languages have some grammatical means for categorizing nouns. This book provides a comprehensive and original analysis of noun categorization devices all over the world. It will interest typologists, those working in the fields of morphosyntactic variation and lexical semantics, as well as anthropologists and all other scholars interested in the mechanisms of human cognition. The Trans New Guinea languages, although highly diverse, as might be expected in view of the large number of widely dispersed languages, tend toward moderate complexity, in a mixed agglutinative, weakly synthetic type, as in Tairora (Vincent ): rumpa-ti-mi-te-ro (tie-1SG OBJ-BEN-PERF-3 SG SBJ PAST, "he had tied it for me").
Voorhoeve, C.L. (). Central and Western Trans-New Guinea phylum languages. In: S.A. Wurm (ed.) Papuan Languages and the New Guinea Linguistic Scene (Pacific Linguistics C38). Canberra: Australian National University, – Google Scholar. During Greenberg proposed the Indo-Pacific macrofamily, which groups together the Papuan languages (a large number of language families of New Guinea and nearby islands) with the native languages of the Andaman Islands and Tasmania but excludes the Australian Aboriginal principal feature was to reduce the manifold language families of New Guinea to a single genetic unit.
typology, human language technology, sociolinguistics and syntax. Qaqet in Papua New Guinea, and she continues to be interested in the documentation and description of the adult language, researching Goemai (a Chadic language of Methodological Tools for Linguistic Description and Typology. the oxford handbook of linguistic typology Download the oxford handbook of linguistic typology or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the oxford handbook of linguistic typology book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.
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English, Papuan (Other), Book edition: A comparative typological analysis of a New Guinea language / by Nils M. Holmer. Holmer, Nils M. (Nils Magnus), Get this edition. Get this from a library. A comparative typological analysis of a New Guinea language.
[Nils Magnus Holmer] -- Some comparison with Australian languages. Following this line of approach, he engaged in a typological comparison of the languages of the Stock, extending thi, ro include the languages which are distantly related to the latter (see ), and also to other languages in New Guinea whose structure appeared to display similarities with those of languages of the by: 2.
I suggest two parameters to distinguish the four language groups and propose a new typology of comparative construction. a Papuan language of Papua New Guinea. of their language. The book. comparative linguistics course he had been teaching at the University of Papua New Guinea and the University of the South Pacific, he stated that one motivation for his introductory textbook was to demonstrate that the comparative method could be applied universally ().
Whereas the monoclausal exceed comparative has a distinctly insular distribution, the conjoined exceed comparative is characteristic of a small number of Papuan and Austronesian languages in a micro-region in the eastern half of New Guinea.
Given the vastness of the region and limited previous overviews, this volume focuses on an account of the families and major languages of each area within the region, including brief grammatical descriptions of many of the languages.
The volume also includes a typological overview of Papuan languages, and a chapter on Austronesian-Papuan contact. This new four volume collection on Linguistic Typology will be an essential source of reference for linguists of all theoretical convictions.
It will provide a state-of-the-art overview of work on linguistic typology, its history, its methodology, theoretical foundations and major achievements. The first part focusses on linguistic typology, covering case markers used on verbs, argument-determined constructions, unusual meanings of causatives, the semantic basis for a typology, word-class-changing derivations, speech reports and semi-direct speech.
Analyzing a previously undescribed language is fraught with difficulties. If a language has numerous homonymous forms, a linguist might try and establish connections between these, based on what is judged typologically plausible.
Comparative evidence from related languages can also be handy. Typological studies help comparative linguistics; and comparative linguistics may suggest hints as. Duponceau, Peter S. Report of the Corresponding Secretary to the committee of his progress in the investigation committed to him of the General Character and Forms of the Languages of the American Indians – Read, 12th Jan, Todd, Evelyn.
The Solomon language family. In New Guinea area languages and language study, vol. I, Papuan languages and the New Guinea linguistic scene, ed. The Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Typology - edited by Alexandra Y.
Aikhenvald March A Typology of Switch Reference. from Part II - Typology of Grammatical Categories (Data Papers on Papua New Guinea Languages 37). Ukarumpa: Summer Institute of Linguistics. Abstract. The island of New Guinea has the world’s highest linguistic diversity, with more than languages divided into at least 23 distinct language families.
This diversity includes the world’s third largest language family: Trans-New Guinea. (A Structural and Typo-logical Classification of Berber Languages. Syntax. A short history of classifications of Berber languages.
The results of a structural and typological classification of Berber languages.) Publication 9 of the Department of Languages of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR.
Moscow: Nauka. A Cross-Linguistic Typology edited by Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald and R. Dixon Explorations in Linguistic Typology 2 linguistics This book focuses on the form and the function of commands—directive speech acts such as pleas, entreaties, and orders—from a typological perspective.
A team. Use the Comparative Method and descriptive analysis to determine relationships between languages Discuss linguistic typology and the principles of classifying languages. You should also be able to competently apply this knowledge in your further study of Language.
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This book focuses on the form and the function of commands--directive speech acts such as pleas, entreaties, and orders--from a typological perspective.
A team of internationally-renowned experts in the field examine the interrelationship of these speech acts with cultural stereotypes and practices, as well as their origins and development, especially in the light of language contact.
Book Description. This book provides a state-of-the-art overview of work on linguistic typology, its history, its methodology, theoretical foundations and major achievements.
It examines the directions of current research and shows how these reflect and inform work on linguistic theory. Also included in this book is information on the Olo language. This language is non-Austronesian and unrelated to highland clause-chaining languages.
The information presented here, while not a complete reference grammar, provides material for those interested in both Papua New Guinea and comparative typology.Z'graggen, John,Classificatory and typological studies in languages of the Madang Distirict, Pacific Linguistics C Comparative Wordlist of the Ramu Language Group, New Guinea, Anthropos Institut, Alexishafen, Madang Province, PNG.The Languages and Linguistics of the New Guinea Area: A Comprehensive Guide is part of the multi-volume reference work on the languages and linguistics of all major regions of the world.
The volume also includes a typological overview of Papuan languages, and a chapter on Austronesian-Papuan contact. It will make accessible current Reviews: 1.