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Title: A Grammar of Pukapukan
Authors: Salisbury, Mary C.
Keywords: Austronesian Languages
Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian Languages
Pukapuka - Grammar
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: The University of Auckland
Abstract: This study is a descriptive grammar of Pukapukan, the language of one of the Northern Cook Islands, which is spoken by approximately 4,500 people in various communities in the Cook Islands, Australia and New Zeland. The main focus of the thesis is a synchronic analysis of the Pukapukan language as spoken today, although occasionally comparative comments are made, both of a diachronic nature comparing the language spoken today with the language of the past, as well as externally, making comparisons with other Polynesian languages.
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