Read e-book online A Descriptive Study of the Modern Wolaytta Language (Omotic) PDF

By Wakasa, Motomichi

Show description

Read Online or Download A Descriptive Study of the Modern Wolaytta Language (Omotic) PDF

Similar linguistics books

Get Towards an Understanding of Language Learner Self-Concept PDF

This booklet contributes to our transforming into figuring out of the character and improvement of language learner self-concept. It assesses the correct literature within the disciplines of psychology and utilized linguistics and describes in-depth, qualitative learn analyzing the self-concepts of tertiary-level EFL newcomers.

Hans Nugteren's Mongolic Phonology and the Qinghai-Gansu Languages PDF

Mongolic Phonology and the Qinghai-Gansu Languages

The peripheral Mongolic languages of the Qinghai-Gansu quarter in China comprise
Eastern Yugur (Shira Yugur) and the Shirongol languages. The latter might be subdivided in a Monguor department, together with Mongghul and Mangghuer, and a Baoanic department, together with Baoan, Kangjia, and Dongxiang (Santa).
The inner taxonomy of the Qinghai-Gansu languages might be mentioned in a separate section.
The Qinghai-Gansu languages are more and more well-described. They
have additionally been the topic of stories in language touch, as a rule within the context
of the Amdo or Qinghai-Gansu Sprachbund.
This examine will strategy the phonology of Qinghai-Gansu Mongolic
from a comparative old point of view. It offers an summary of the phonological advancements of the Qinghai-Gansu languages, evaluating them to the reconstructed ancestral language. while it is going to examine the
archaic gains that may be present in those languages, so that it will enhance the
reconstructions of person Mongolic lexemes.
The e-book ends with a comparative complement of approximately 1350
reconstructed universal Mongolic goods, observed by way of the trendy kinds they're in accordance with and, the place priceless, arguments for the selected reconstruction.

Additional info for A Descriptive Study of the Modern Wolaytta Language (Omotic)

Example text

28 Cooper, and C. A. ) Language in Ethiopia, 34-53. London: Oxford University Press. Fleming, Harold C. (1976) Omotic overview. In: M. L. ) The Non-Semitic languages of Ethiopia, 299-323. East Lansing: African Studies Center, Michigan State University. Fleming, Harold C. (1992) Omotic and Cushitic, a reply to Lamberti. Anthropos 87: 520-525. Fleming, Harold C. (1993) Second reply to Lamberti. Anthropos 88: 557-558. Ford, Carolyn (1990) Notes on Ko:rete phonology. In: Richard J. ) Omotic language studies, 413-424.

Yesigat Assaye (1988) Dorze verb morphology. Unpublished BA thesis, Addis Ababa University. Zaborski, Andrzej (1983) Basic numerals in the Omotic languages. In: Stanislav Segert and András J. E. ) Ethiopian Studies, 375-390. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz. Zaborski, Andrzej (1984) Remarks on the verb in Ometo. In: S. ) Proceedings of the seventh international conference of Ethiopian studies, University of Lund, 26-29 April, 1982, 25-30. Addis Ababa: Institute of Ethiopian 32 Studies, Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, East Lansing: African Studies Center, Michigan State University.

Adams, Bruce A. (1990) Name nouns in Wolaitta. In: Hayward, Richard J. ) Omotic language studies, 406-412. London: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. ) Wolayttatto qaalatu Amaaratto birshshettaa [Wolaytta-Amharic dictionary]. Addisaaba: Tophphiyaa Doonatu Xinaatiyaanne Pilggettaa Ooso Keettaa, Addisaaba Yuniversttiyaa. Azeb Amha (1996) Tone-accent and prosodic domains in Wolaitta. Studies in African Linguistics 25 (2): 111-138. Azeb Amha (2001) Ideophones and compound verbs in Wolaitta.

Download PDF sample

A Descriptive Study of the Modern Wolaytta Language (Omotic) by Wakasa, Motomichi

by Donald

Rated 4.08 of 5 – based on 27 votes