Topics in the morpho-syntax of Ibaloy, Northern Philippines
This study describes selected aspects of the grammar of Ibaloy, a member of the Northern Philippines subgroup of Austronesian, spoken on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. A sketch of the phonology is provided, as focusing on processes that interact with morphology. Phonological words in Ibaloy carry final or penultimate primary stress. The basic syllable structure is cv( c). Several morpho-phonemic processes apply to words when they take part in particular word-derivational processes....[Show more]
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