3 edition of Negation in Oceanic languages found in the catalog.
Internat. conference proceedings.
|Statement||Even Hovdhaugen & Ulrike Mosel (eds.).|
|Series||LINCOM studies in Austronesian linguistics ;, 2|
|LC Classifications||PL6173 .N44 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 170 p. :|
|Number of Pages||170|
|LC Control Number||00339541|
Fundamental» All languages» Languages by family» Austronesian» Malayo-Polynesian» Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian» Eastern Malayo-Polynesian» Oceanic Articles on this topic in other Wikimedia projects can be found at: Wikimedia Commons Category Oceanic languages. John Lynch, Malcolm Ross, and Terry Crowley: The Oceanic Languages. Richmond: Curzon Press, xvii + pp. [pounds sterling]. Hardcover ISBN The new volume in the Curzon Language Family Series presents an overview of the Oceanic subgroup of the Austronesian languages.
Media in category "Oceanic languages" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. ON NEGATION IN ARAWAK LANGUAGES* LEV MICHAEL A. INTRODUCTION Negation is known to vary considerably in both form and morphosyntactic function among the languages of the Arawak family (Aikhenvald 96), with even closely-related languages sometimes exhibiting negation elements with starkly different forms and functions. When you talk about a "! method", it sounds like you may be talking about C++. You can write a function that does logical negation in C, but you cannot override the! operator. C++ allows you to write an operator! - either a method or a non-member function - but that's C++, not C. .
Full Description: "This book is a cross-linguistic study of the syntax of yes-no questions and their answers, drawing on data from a wide range of languages with particular focus on English, Finnish, Swedish, Thai, and Chinese. There are broadly two types of answer to yes-no questions: those that employ particles such as 'yes' and 'no' (as found in English) and those that echo a part of the. NEGATION IN WORLD LANGUAGES: A RADICAL LINGUISTIC THEORY APPROACH Zaidan Ali Jassem (Department of English Language and Translation,Qassim University, , Buraidah, KSA) Austronesian, Dravidian, Turkic, Mayan, Japonic, Niger Article Info: Article Received 25/9/ Revised on: 04/10/ Nalögo is an Oceanic language spoken on Santa Cruz Island in Temotu Province of Solomon Islands. It belongs to the Reefs-Santa Cruz (henceforth RSC) subgroup together with Natügu, Engdewu and Äiwoo (Boerger & Zimmerman ). Along with the languages of Utupua and Vanikoro, RSC languages form the so-called Temotu.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedFurthermore, it is a clause-bound phenomenon, so Neg-expressions in different clauses lead to pdf negation readings in standard negative concord languages. The ambiguities between double negation and negative concord readings of sequences of Neg-expressions play an important role in de Swart and Sag’s() analysis.Languages using double negative markers are said to have, discontinuous negation, negative co-occurrence or negative concord.
Among the languages included in WALS of employ obligatory double negation while 80 of employ optional double negation (Dryer a) (Appendix I, Table 13).
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A large portion of the Araki vocabulary, as well as idiosyncratic syntactic and phonetic phenomena of the.