Yarapea, Apoi Mason
1bis thesis describes the morphosyntax of Kewapi dialect of Kewa, a language of the
West-Central (Engan) Family of the Trans New Guinea Phylum.
Chapter I introduces the language, providing some basic information about
dialect variation and about the geographic, demographic and sociocultural setting. It
concludes with an outline of previous studies of Kewa and of the aim and scope of
the present study.
In chapter 2 some aspects of the phonology of Kewapi are outlined to
accompany the...[Show more]
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