A grammar of Kéo : an Austronesian language of East Nusantara
This dissertation is a grammatical description of the Austronesian language Keo. as spoken in the village of Udiworowatu in central Flores, eastern Indonesia. The language is unlike many previously described Austronesian languages became it is highly isolating. It has basic AVO/SV word order. Following an introduction to the language, its speakers and the area .in which it is spoken in Chapter 1, Chapter 2 describes the phonetics and phonology of Udiwotowatu Keo and Chapter 3...[Show more]
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