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Title: The Manambu Language of East Sepik, Papua New Guinea
Authors: Aikhenvald, Alexandra
Keywords: Manambu - Grammar
Indo-pacific Languages
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Abstract: This book presents the first comprehensive description of the Manambu language of Papua New Guinea. Manambu belongs to the Ndu language family, and is spoken by about 2,500 people in five villages in East Sepik Province, Ambunti district. The book is based entirely on the author's fieldwork. - ;This book presents the first comprehensive description of the Manambu language of Papua New Guinea. Manambu belongs to the Ndu language family, and is spoken by about 2,500 people in five villages: Avatip, Yawabak, Malu, Apa:n, and Yambon (Yuanab) in East Sepik Province, Ambunti district
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11707/919
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