Title: South-East Asian Studies, Vol. 3 (Pacific ...
Publisher: The Australian National University
Publication Date: 1979
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
326 pp., maps, bibliography. Contents: Further typological studies in Southeast Asian Languages / Capell; Cases in English and Southeast Asian languages , and translation / Nguyen; The role of de-ethnisation and attitude in the use of Pilipino: A factor analytic study / Perez; Mixed bilingualism: A prelude to incipient creoloisation of Pilipino? / Santiago; The Pepet in Sama-Bajaw / Pallesen; Acronymic patterns in Indonesian / Dardjowidjojo; Korku syllables and sysllable stress / Zide; Morphophenomics of verb suffixes in Tsou / Stanley; Construction markers and subgrouping of Formosan / Ferrell; Focus, topic, and case in the Philippine verbal paradigm / Kess; On the development of contrastive word accent: Pangasinan, a case in point / Zorc; Towards a reconstruction of the pronominal systems of Proto-Cordilleran, Phillippines / Reid; Perceptual dimensions of tone: Thai / Gandour; Bwe Karen as a two-tone language? / Henderson 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 0858831775PNGCON41X102214
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