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The Tigak language of New Ireland

Beaumont, Clive H


Tigak is an Austronesian language spoken in the north-east of Papua New Guinea. This tagmemic description of Tigak illustrates the general grammatical and phonological nature of the language . Chapter 1 indicates the location and linguistic classification of Tigak and refers to the small amount of descriptive work on the language . The theoretical position underlying the description and minor modifications which are made are then set out . Chapter 2 out line s the phonology of the...[Show more]

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