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August 2012
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    Bowern, Claire

    A Grammar of Bardi

    Series:Mouton Grammar Library [MGL] 57

    DE GRUYTER MOUTON

      Aims and Scope

      The Bardi language is currently spoken by fewer than 10 people. The language is a member of the Nyulnyulan family, a small non-Pama-Nyungan family in northwest Australia. This book is a reference grammar of the language. The 16 chapters include information on phonetics and phonology, nominal and verbal morphology, and syntax, as well as an ethnographic sketch of traditional life. A selection of texts is also included. It is the first published full study of a Nyulnyulan language.   

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      Claire Louise Bowern, Yale University, USA.

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