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|Keywords:||Ngaanyatjarra - Grammar|
|Publisher:||Summer Institute of Linguistics, Darwin|
|Abstract:||A descriptive study of Ngaanyatjarra, an Australian Aboriginal language, examines two major areas of sentence structure. First, it describes the grammatical structure of the sentence, beginning with the simplest sentence and moving into verb clusters, complex sentences, and juncture strategies. Second, it outlines the meaning and usage of various sentence types. (MSE)|
|Appears in Collections:||Grammars (restricted access)|
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