This study is concerned with two dialects of the Kuku Yalanji
language, Yalanji and Nyungkul, that together still have a homogeneous
speech community of at least 300 speakers.
The approach is predominantly functional, concentrating
largely on semantic aspects and contextual use of language forms,
particularly in the areas of case marking, syntax, and particles and
clitics. The study concludes with an investigation of narrative discourse
structure that highlights the practical application...[Show more]
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