Sememic and grammatical structures in Gurung (Nepal)
Gurung is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken in central Nepal. This tagmemic description of Gurung sketches the way meaning (sememic structure) is expressed in surface forms (grammatical structures). 111 Chapter 1 outlines the geographical location and linguistic classification of Gurung, reviews previous descriptive work on the language, and sets out the theoretical position underlying the description. The orientation is tagmemic, positing separate sememic and grammatical hierarchies....[Show more]
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