Levels, constituent strings and agreement in Telefol syntax
This description of Telefol syntax constitutes a contribution to linguistic science, in particular a contribution to the small but growing number of detailed depth-studies of New Guinea languages. It was also written with a view to the needs of missionaries, linguists, and anthropologists at work in Telefomin and the surrounding areas. In utilising the linguistic approach developed by Kenneth L. Pike and others of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, it helps to illustrate the usefulness of...[Show more]
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