Birk, David Barry Wilson
This thesis describes the phonology and grammar of
MalakMalak, an Australian Aboriginal language spoken by a
dwindling number of speakers on the Daly River, Western
Arnhem Land, about one hundred miles south-west of Darwin.
The Introduction outlines the geographical location and
linguistic classification of the language, reviews previous
descriptive work and explains the orientation of the present
Chapter 1 describes the Phonology of MalakMalak in terms
of phonemes,...[Show more]
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