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Title: Gela Syntax
Authors: Miller, Ingrid
Keywords: Austronesian Languages
Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian Languages
Gela - Grammar
Issue Date: 1974
Publisher: SOAS, University of London
Abstract: This is a description of the grammar, and more especially the syntax, of the Gela language. Gela is a Melanesian language of the Central Solomon Islands, fow of them have been subjected to systematic linguistic analysis. The structure of Gela sentences is here described in terms of simple sentences and combinations of them into complex sentences. The basic constituents of simple sentences are described in Part One. Part Two deals with various expansions and elaborations of these basic constituents. Part Three considers ways in which the resulting simple sentences combine to form complex sentences.
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