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Akha : a transformational description

Dellinger, David Whitley


Akha is one of the better known of the lesser known Sino-Tibetan languages. As the case has been put in the Sino-Tibetan fascicles of Anthropological Linguistics, Sino-Tibetan is a cover term for a large number of languages showing strong grammatical affinities and lexical cognates.

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Date published: 1969-07
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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