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Thompson River Salish dictionary: Nł̳e?̳kepmxcín (UM occasional papers in linguistics) e-book

Author:

Laurence C Thompson

Language:

English

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Reference

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1977 kb

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Publisher:

University of Montana; First Edition edition (1996)

Pages:

1412

ISBN:

1879763125

Thompson River Salish dictionary: Nł̳e?̳kepmxcín (UM occasional papers in linguistics) e-book

by Laurence C Thompson


Spokane dictionary Thompson ethnobotany: Knowledge and usage of plants by the Thompson Indians of British Columbia.

University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 6. Linguistics Program, University of Montana, Missoula. On gathering vocabulary. Paper read at SSILA Summer Meeting, Vancouver. Upper Chehalis dictionary. University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 7. Kuipers, Aert H. 1967–69. Thompson ethnobotany: Knowledge and usage of plants by the Thompson Indians of British Columbia.

Thompson, Laurence, and M. Terry Thompson. Thompson River Salish dictionary. Missoula: University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 1. oogle Scholar. Truckenbrodt, Hubert. Phonological Phrases: Their Relation to Syntax, Focus and Prominence. Cite this chapter as: Koch . 2011) A Phonetic Study of Intonation and Focus in Nłeʔkepmxcin (Thompson River Salish). In: Frota . Elordieta . Prieto P. (eds) Prosodic Categories: Production, Perception and Comprehension.

Head-final relatives in Nɬeʔkepmcxín (Thompson River Salish) have previously been described as rare.

Laurence C. Thompson, M. Allan R. Taylor, "Thompson River Salish Dictionary. Laurence C. Terry Thompson," International Journal of American Linguistics 64, no. 4 (Oc. 1998): 398-404. Thompson and M. Thompson River Salish Dictionary: nłe?kepmxcίn. In the series University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 12.

Thompson River Salish Dictionary book. Start by marking Thompson River Salish Dictionary: Ne?Kepmxcin (Archaeological Series) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Thompson River Salish. by Laurence C. Thompson.

nɬeʔkèpmxcín: Thompson River Salish Speech is a 600-page a variety of speech . Whatcom Museum Publications is a continuation of the University ofMontana Occasional Papers in Linguistics (UMOPL).

nɬeʔkèpmxcín: Thompson River Salish Speech is a 600-page a variety of speech: 45 stories, prayers, songs, a conversation,and a traditional oration, with interlinear grammatical analysis and Englishtranslation. The speech was gathered from the last, best speakers in the1970s and 1980s.

N¬e÷kepmxcin (Thompson River Salish) belongs to the Northern Interior branch of. .Thompson, Laurence . and M.

The data in the present study come from the author’s corpus of conversational recordings with two female speakers of the q¢mcín, or Lytton, dialect. University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 8. Missoula: Linguistics Laboratory, University of Montana. University of Montana Occasional Papers in Linguistics 12.


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