The aim of this thesis is to describe the main structures of Imonda,
a Papuan language spoken by less than 300 people in the West Sepik
Province of Papua New Guinea.
The introductory chapter provides some socio-historical background
information and discusses the genetic affiliation of Imonda. This
chapter also contains brief discussions on the assumptions underlying
the grammar, the organisation of the grammar and related matters.
Chapter 2 describes the most important aspects of the...[Show more]
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