Published December 21, 2001
by RoutledgeCurzon .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||924|
A typological overview of Oceanic languages is provided, as well as an outline of the reconstructed phonology and morphosyntax of Proto Oceanic. The second part of the book consists of grammar sketches of 43 Oceanic languages that are not at all well known in the linguistic literature. For many of these languages, the sketch in this volume is Book Reviews John Lynch, Malcolm Ross, and Terry Crowley. The Oceanic languages. Curzon Language Family Series. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon :// Preface --Abbreviations --List of illustrations --Chapter 1: The Oceanic languages --Chapter 2: Sociolinguistic background --Chapter 3: Typological overview --Chapter 4: Proto Oceanic --Chapter 5: Internal subgrouping --The grammar sketches --Listing of Oceanic languages, by subgroup --References --Index to Chapters Series Title: Read "The Oceanic Languages" by Terry Crowley available from Rakuten Kobo. This new volume of the Language Family Series presents an overview of the Oceanic subgroup of the Austronesian languages › Home › eBooks.
The languages chosen for the sketches were usually languages that have not been sketched before, so they don't include any well-known and well-described languages like Motu, Standard Fijian, Samoan, Tongan, Kiribati, Nauruan, Tolai, Yapese. And since Yapese is an independent branch of Oceanic, its absence is especially :// Visit our online store to order foreign language study, oceanic & australian languages in bulk. Wholesale prices. Order min. 25 copies. Free Shipping & Price Match :// The Oceanic Feeling Book Review: By way of a personal note, I can reveal to the reader that I was led to Sanskrit by an exposure to Indian philosophy while still a child. These early mystical interests gave way in the university to scholarly pursuits and, through reading the works of Franklin Edgerton, Louis Renou and Etienne Lamotte, I was of the volume), the book starts with five chapters that place the Oceanic languages in their geographic, demographic, and social context. The first chapter ‘‘The Oceanic languages’’ (pp. 1–22) briefly describes the Aus-tronesian language family. Then the authors zoom in on the geographical
The Oceanic Languages form a closed subgroup within one of the world's largest language families, Austronesian. There are between and Austronesian languages (estimates vary), with so much structural diversity that they are best handled in two volumes, one on the Oceanic and one on the non-Oceanic Austronesian :// Compre The Oceanic Languages (Routledge Language Family Series) (English Edition) de Crowley, Terry, Lynch, John, Ross, Malcolm na Confira também os eBooks mais vendidos, lançamentos e livros digitais :// A typological overview of Oceanic languages is provided, as well as an outline of the reconstructed phonology and morphosyntax of Proto Oceanic. The second part of the book consists of grammar sketches of 43 Oceanic languages that are not at all well known in the linguistic literature. For many of these languages, the sketch in this volume is The Melanesian Languages. Download and Read online The Melanesian Languages ebooks in PDF, epub, Tuebl Mobi, Kindle Book. Get Free The Melanesian Languages Textbook and unlimited access to our library by created an account. Fast Download speed and ads Free!