Sahu Indonesian English Dictionary And Sahu Grammar Sketch

Author by : Leontine E. Visser
Languange : nl
Publisher by : Brill Academic Pub
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The Lexical Typology Of Semantic Shifts

Author by : Päivi Juvonen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
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Description : The volume focuses on semantic shifts and motivation patterns in the lexicon. Its key feature is its lexico-typological orientation, i.e. a heavy emphasis on systematic cross-linguistic comparison. The book presents current theoretical and methodological trends in the study of semantic shifts and motivational patters based on an abundance of empirical findings across genetically, areally and typologically diverse languages.


A Survey Of Word Accentual Patterns In The Languages Of The World

Author by : Harry van der Hulst
Languange : en
Publisher by : Walter de Gruyter
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Description : In part I of this volume, experts on various language areas provide surveys of word stress/accent systems of as many languages in 'their' part of the world as they could lay their hands on. No preconditions (theoretical or otherwise) were set, but the authors were encouraged to use the StressTyp data in their chapters. Australian Languages (Rob Goedemans), Austronesian Languages (Ellen van Zanten, Ruben Stoel and Bert Remijsen), Papuan Languages (Ellen van Zanten and Philomena Dol), North American Languages (Keren Rice), South American Languages (Sergio Meira and Leo Wetzels), African Languages (Laura Downing), European Languages (Harry van der Hulst), Asian Languages (Harry van der Hulst and René Schiering), Middle Eastern Languages (Harry van der Hulst and Sam Hellmuth). There is an introductory chapter (Chapter 1) that will provide the reader with elementary terminology and theoretical tools to understand the variety of accentual systems that will be discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. Chapter 2 has a double function. It presents an overview of stress patterns in Australian languages, but at the same time it is intended to (re-)familiarize readers with the coding, terminology and theoretical ideas of the StressTyp database. Chapter 11 presents statistical and typological information from the StressTyp database. Part II of this volume contains 'language profiles' which are, for each of the 511 languages contained in StressTyp (in 2009), extracts from the information that is contained in the database. This volume will be of interest to people in the field of theoretical phonology and language typology. It will function as a reference work for these groups of researchers, but also, more generally, for people working on syntax and other fields of linguistics, who might wish to know certain basic facts about the distribution of word accent systems


Person

Author by : Anna Siewierska
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : This textbook deals with the grammatical category of person, using data from over 500 languages.


The Typology Of Semantic Alignment

Author by : Mark Donohue
Languange : en
Publisher by : OUP Oxford
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Description : Semantic alignment refers to a type of language that has two means of morphosyntactically encoding the arguments of intransitive predicates, typically treating these as an agent or as a patient of a transitive predicate, or else by a means of a treatment that varies according to lexical aspect. This collection of new typological and case studies is the first book-length investigation of semantically aligned languages for three decades. Leading international typologists explore the differences and commonalities of languages with semantic alignment systems and compare the structure of these languages to languages without them. They look at how such systems arise or disappear and provide areal overviews of Eurasia, the Americas, and the south-west Pacific, the areas where semantically aligned languages are concentrated. This book will interest typological and historical linguists at graduate level and above.


Contemporary Indonesian English Dictionary

Author by : Alan Stevens, Mrcpath
Languange : en
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Beberapa Aspek Linguistik Indonesia

Author by : Soenjono Dardjowidjojo
Languange : en
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Bahasa Indonesia 1

Author by : Yohanni Johns
Languange : id
Publisher by : Yudhistira Ghalia Indonesia
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Kamus Kedokteran

Author by : Ahmad Ramali
Languange : id
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