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Mon-Khmer Studies Volume 36: A Journal of Southeast Asian Languages and Cultures

Naraset Pisitpanporn (editor)

Published by SIL International, 2006
ISBN 10: 1556712383 / ISBN 13: 9781556712388
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Title: Mon-Khmer Studies Volume 36: A Journal of ...

Publisher: SIL International

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

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231 p. Includes bibliography. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # ABE.0018882

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MON-KHMER STUDIES is a journal devoted to the study of Southeast Asian languages, especially those of the Mon-Khmer family. The journal is produced annually and welcomes articles or notes on any aspect of Mon-Khmer languages, or minority Southeast Asian languages, or other language families. Topics of articles may include linguistic description, comparison, bibliography, historical development, sociolinguistics, stylistics, orthographies, or paleographic aspects.

Table of Contents

Editorial Note
Abbreviations
In Memoriam

Articles

Pascale Jacq
The who and how of Nyaheun /hi/

Mathias Jenny
Mon ra? and no?: Assertive particles?

Chalermchai Chichompoo
Segmental variation of Vietnamese in northeastern Thailand

Jørgen Rischel
The ?definite article? in Mlabri

Sophana Srichampa
Thai and Vietnamese proverbs and common expressions:
The influence of Buddhist and local beliefs

Alexis Michaud
Nasal Release, nasal finals, and tonal contrasts in Hanoi Vietnamese:
An aerodynamic experiment

Lev Morev
Cognitive and structural aspects of abstract nominalization
in Tai and some other isolating languages of Southeast Asia

Sung-A Kim
Non-linearity and dual-edge dependency in Malay dialects: an optimality analysis

Paul Sidwell
Dating the separation of Acehenese and Chamic by etymological analysis
of the Aceh-Chamic lexicon

Glossary

Glossary of Aslian languages

Phaiboon Duangchan
The northern Aslian languages of southern Thailand

Conference Reports

Somsonge Burusphat
1st World Congress on the Power of Language: Theory, Practice, and Development 22-
25 May 2006 Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand

Suwilai Premsirat and George van Driem
3rd International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics (ICAAL 3) Pilot Meeting at
Ecole francaise d'Extreme-Orient (EFEO), Siem Reap-Angkor, 28-29 June 2006

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