A grammar of Momu, a language of Papua New Guinea
This thesis is a description of the grammar of Eastern Momu, a language spoken in Papua New Guinea in the north-western province of Sandaun. This is a region with a fair amount of diversity, with several isolates or small language families, and few detailed descriptions. Momu, or Fas as it is more commonly known in the literature, together with the virtually undocumented Baibai language, forms one of these small language families. The thesis is...[Show more]
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