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Title: A Grammar of Galo
Authors: Post, Mark William
Keywords: Sino-Tibetan Languages
Tibeto-Burman Languages
Galo - Grammar
Lare - Grammar
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: La Trobe University
Abstract: This work is the first comprehensive descriptive grammar of the Lare dialect of Galo, a Tibeto-Burman language of the Tani branch spoken in central Arunachal Pradesh State, in the North-East Indian Himalaya. It is based on primary data obtained from original fieldwork conducted by the author in Galo towns and villages in Arunachal Pradesh. In addition to description of the synchronic phonology and grammar of Lare Galo, it contains a historical overview and preliminary reconstruction of Proto-Galo segmental phonology, in addition to a glossary of approximately 1,300 lexical roots with 4,000 lexical exemplars and three fully analyzed texts.
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