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Title:Vitu grammar sketch
Contributor:Bachet, Peter
Creator:Berg, René van den
Description:Vitu is a Western Oceanic language spoken on islands northwest of New Britain, PNG. A first-order member of the Meso-Melanesian linkage, Vitu is a conservative Oceanic language showing most of the typical Oceanic features. It is unusual in its lack of classifiers, the presence of a clear morphological passive and the widespread and multifaceted use of tense-aspect-sequentiality markers. The grammar is thoroughly data-driven and includes two interlinearized texts
In Data Papers on Papua New Guinea Languages, 51. Ukarumpa, EHP: Summer Institute of Linguistics. ix, 248 p
Extent:PDF 1019 KB 258 p
Format (IMT):PDF
Identifier (URI):http://www.sil.org/pacific/png/pubs/47977/Vitu_Grammar_Sketch_vol51.pdf
Language (ISO639):eng
Requires:System requirements:Adobe Acrobat Reader
Spatial Coverage:Papua New Guinea
Subject (LCSH):Muduapa language--Grammar--Papua New Guinea
Type (DCMI):Collection
Type (OLAC):language_description


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