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A Grammar of Dazaga

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A Grammar of Dazaga
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A Grammar of Dazaga
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v.3
A Grammar of Dazaga
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A Grammar of Dazaga
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  • Contents -- Preface and Acknowledgements -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- List of Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- 1.1 The Daza People and the Dazaga Language -- 1.2 Objectives and Methodology of the Present Study -- 1.3 Typological Sketch of Dazaga -- 1.4 Explanation of Certain Conventions -- Chapter 2 Literature Review -- 2.1 Early Minor Works -- 2.2 The Major Works -- 2.3 Recent Minor Works -- Chapter 3 Phonology -- 3.1 Consonant Phonemes -- 3.1.1 Phones [b] and [p] -- 3.1.2 Phones [s] and [{u0283}] -- 3.1.3 Phones [k{u02B7}] and [{u0261}{u02B7}] -- 3.1.4 Rhotics -- 3.2 Vowel Phonemes -- 3.2.1 Nasalized Vowels -- 3.2.2 [±atr] Vowel Pairs [e,{u025B}], [o,{u0254}] -- 3.2.3 The Phone [{u0268}] -- 3.3 Syllable and Word Structure -- 3.4 Tone -- 3.5 Vowel Harmony -- 3.6 Other Phonological Processes -- 3.6.1 Assimilation -- 3.6.2 Dissimilation -- 3.6.3 Deletion -- 3.7 Orthography -- Chapter 4 Nouns and Noun Phrase Constituents -- 4.1 Syntactic Categories Found in Noun Phrases -- 4.1.1 Nouns -- 4.1.1.1 Number -- 4.1.1.2 Diminutive -- 4.1.2 Adjectives -- 4.1.2.1 Number Agreement -- 4.1.2.2 Adjectivizer -- 4.1.3 Pronouns -- 4.1.3.1 Personal Pronouns -- 4.1.3.2 Possessive Pronouns -- 4.1.4 Demonstratives -- 4.1.5 Articles -- 4.1.6 Quantifiers (Including Numerals) -- 4.2 Structure of Noun Phrases -- Chapter 5 Verbs -- 5.1 Verb Classes -- 5.2 Subject & Object Agreement -- 5.2.1 Support for 'Agreement Affix' Morpheme Analysis -- 5.2.2 Terminology of Split-Intransitivity -- 5.2.3 Subject & Object Agreement Patterns -- 5.3 Agreement Morphology of Transitive Verbs -- 5.3.1 Simple Transitive Verbs -- 5.3.2 Transitive Light Verb Constructions -- 5.4 Agreement Morphology of Ditransitive Verbs -- 5.5 Agreement Morphology of Intransitive Verbs -- 5.5.1 Sa (Intransitive) Verbs -- 5.5.2 Sp (Intransitive) Verbs -- 5.6 Aspect -- 5.6.1 Perfective -- 5.6.2 Imperfective -- 5.6.3 Progressive
  • 5.7 Mood -- 5.7.1 Indicative -- 5.7.2 Interrogative -- 5.7.3 Contingent -- 5.7.4 Optative -- 5.7.5 Imperative -- 5.7.6 Hortative -- 5.8 Voice -- 5.8.1 Active -- 5.8.2 Reflexive -- 5.8.3 Passive -- 5.9 Suppletive Verb Roots -- Chapter 6 Structure of the Simple Clause -- 6.1 Minor Class Constituents -- 6.1.1 Postpositions -- 6.1.2 Adverbs -- 6.2 Case Markers -- 6.2.1 Ergative Case Enclitic ={u026A} ̀-- 6.2.2 Accusative Case Enclitic ={u0261}à -- 6.2.3 Genitive Case Enclitic ={u028A},̀ =à, ={u014B}à -- 6.2.4 Dative Case Enclitic ={u027E}{u028A} ̀-- 6.3 Basic Verbal Clauses -- 6.3.1 Intransitive Clauses -- 6.3.2 Transitive Clauses -- 6.3.3 Ditransitive Clauses -- 6.4 Non-Verbal Predicates -- 6.4.1 Non-Existential Clauses -- 6.4.1.1 Equative -- 6.4.1.2 Predicational -- 6.4.1.3 Specificational -- 6.4.1.4 Identificational -- 6.4.2 Existential Clauses -- Chapter 7 Sentence Types -- 7.1 Indicative (Declarative) -- 7.2 Pro-Sentences -- 7.3 Negation -- 7.3.1 Standard Negation -- 7.3.2 Non-Standard Negation -- 7.4 Imperatives, Hortatives, and Optatives -- 7.5 Interrogatives -- 7.5.1 Yes/No Questions -- 7.5.2 Content Questions -- 7.6 Marked Topic (Left-Dislocation) -- 7.7 Focus -- Chapter 8 Clause Combinations -- 8.1 Coordination -- 8.1.1 Phrasal Coordination -- 8.2 Subordination -- 8.2.1 Complement Clauses -- 8.2.2 Causative Constructions -- 8.2.2.1 Causative Constructions with Simple Verbs -- 8.2.2.1.1 Causatives Constructions with Intransitive Simple Verbs -- 8.2.2.1.2 Causatives Constructions with Transitive Simple Verbs -- 8.2.2.1.3 Causative SVCs -- 8.2.2.1.4 Ingestive Causatives -- 8.2.2.1.4 Ingestive Causatives -- 8.2.2.2.1 Causative LVCs with Singular Causees -- 8.2.2.2.2 Causative LVCs with Plural Causees -- 8.2.2.2.3 Transitive LVCs and Grammatical Relations -- 8.2.3.4 Aspect of Relative Clause Verbs -- 8.2.4 Adverbial Clauses -- 8.3 Serial Verb Constructions -- Chapter 9 Conclusion
  • 9.1 Typologically Unusual Features of Dazaga -- 9.2 Areas for Further Research -- Appendix: Supplemental Text and Sentences -- References -- Subject Index
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