A grammar of Lewo, Vanuatu
The main aim of this study is to present a description of aspects of Lewo, an Oceanic Austronesian language spoken on the island of Epi, Vanuatu. With this, Lewo becomes one of the few languages of the 40-member Central Vanuatu subgroup to be described in detail in recent times. Cataloguing the structure of a previously unrecorded language always contributes to linguistic knowledge. The description begins by presenting background material on the geographic, social, and linguistic setting...[Show more]
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