carnevalemanfredonia.it
» » Manipuri Grammar

eBook Manipuri Grammar download

by D.N.S. Bhat & M.S. Ningomba

eBook Manipuri Grammar download ISBN: 389586191X
Author: D.N.S. Bhat & M.S. Ningomba
Publisher: LINCOM publishers (1997)
ePub: 1709 kb
Fb2: 1952 kb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: azw mobi txt lit
Category: Other

FREE shipping on qualifying offers.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers.

Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. s, Bhatt d. ontributor. author: Ms, Ningomba. te: 2014/01/29 d. ate. citation: 1997 d. dentifier. copyno: 1 d.

com: Manipuri Grammar (9783895861918) by . Book Description LINCOM, 1997. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Sehr gut. 1. Auflage.

In the 2011 census of India, there were . million native speakers of Meitei.

Here is a brief extract of Manipuri Grammar [.

The grammar of Manipuri shows a number of interesting typological characteristics: There are only two major lexical categories, namely nouns and verbs, with adjectives and adverbs merging rather unrecognizably with verbs.

Bhat, D. N. S. and Ningomba, M. 1997. Manipuri Grammar {97, address {München}, author {Bhat, D., publisher. Lincom Studies in Asian Linguistics, . München: Lincom Europa. 97, address {München}, author {Bhat, D., publisher {Lincom Europa}, series {Lincom Studies in Asian Linguistics}, title {Manipuri Grammar}, volume {4}, year {1997}, iso code {mni}, olac field {phonetics; general linguistics; syntax; phonology; typology; morphology; semantics}, wals code {mei} }.

The morphological analysis determines the syntactic properties of Manipuri words and it comprises of the following three major functions: Morphographemics, Morphotactics and Feature Combination. Bhat, M. Ningomba. Munchen, New Castle, Lincom Europa, 1997.

Manipuri Grammar, Munchen, New Castle, Lincom Europa (1997)Google Scholar. A Study of Manipuri Grammar. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin (1994)Google Scholar. 5. Gopendro Singh, . Manipuri Spelling. Pearson Education, Delhi (2000)Google Scholar.

Manipuri (called Meiteilon in the language itself) is a Tibeto-Burman language belonging to the Kuki-Chin subgroup. The language is spoken primarily in the valley region of the State of Manipur, Índia (ca. 700,000 speakers, ca. 300,000 speakers in Burma, ca. 100,000 speakers in Assam, ca. 50,000 in Bangladesh and 30,000 in Tripura). The grammar of Manipuri shows a number of interesting typological characteristics: There are only two major lexical categories, namely nouns and verbs, with adjectives and adverbs merging rather unrecognizably with verbs. Inflectional markers also split into two distinct categories, namely nominal and verbal inflections with exclusive membership. The volume contains 14 chapters: Introduction, Phonology, Word-formation, Sentence structure, Nominal category, Use of case suffixes, Verbal category, Directional and deictic verb distinctions, Valency patterns, Tense, aspect and mood, Modyfying constructions, Complementation, Illocutionary distinctions.