Structural and typological approaches to Obang grammar : a grassfields Bantu language of Cameroon

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Full title: Structural and typological approaches to Obang grammar : a grassfields Bantu language of Cameroon / Melvice Asohsi.
Main author: Asohsi, Melvice, (Author)
Format: Book           


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245 1 0 |a Structural and typological approaches to Obang grammar :  |b a grassfields Bantu language of Cameroon /  |c Melvice Asohsi. 
264 1 |a Köln :  |b Rüdiger Köppe Verlag,  |c [2015] 
300 |a xv, 276 pages :  |b illustrations, color maps, charts ;  |c 24 cm. 
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490 1 |a Grammatical analyses of African languages ;  |v volume 52 = Grammatische Analysen afrikanischer Sprachen ;  |v Band 52 
500 |a Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz, 2013. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-276). 
505 0 0 |g Abbreviations --  |g Symbols --  |g List of tables --  |g List of figures --  |g Introduction --  |t The language --  |t People and history --  |t Geographical location and demography --  |t Classification --  |t The Menchum group within Grassfields : a briei history --  |t Previous works --  |t Motivation and aims --  |t Theoretical orientation --  |t Methods and data presentation --  |t Notes on phonetic representation and glossing conventions --  |t Typological interest and road map --  |t Phonology --  |g Introduction --  |t Consonants --  |t Functional opposition --  |t Inventory and phonotactics --  |t Complex consonants --  |t Vowels --  |t Parameters --  |t Interpretation and analysis of ambivalent segments --  |t Consonant sequences --  |t Surface structural units --  |t Syllabification rules --  |t Sellable types --  |t Tone --  |t Tone-bearing unit --  |t Types of level tones --  |t Contour tones --  |t Morphophonology --  |t Morpheme, word structure --  |t Morphophonological processes --  |t Tone rules --  |t Tone docking --  |t Tone spread --  |t Tone raising and lowering (register shifts) --  |t Final lengthening as question marker --  |t Default low tone assignment --  |t Interim conclusion --  |t Morphology --  |g Introduction --  |t Nouns --  |t Structure of the noun --  |t Noun tone groups --  |t Number --  |t Noun clases --  |t Concord system --  |t The derived noun and noun formation processes --  |t Obang Pro-Forms --  |t Personal pronouns --  |t Demonstrative pronouns --  |t Interrogative pronouns --  |t Relative pronouns --  |t Resumptive pronouns --  |t Reflexitivity and other co-referential pronouns --  |t Counting system --  |t Cardinal numerals --  |t Ordinary numerals --  |t Quantification --  |t Existential quantifiers --  |t Indefinites --  |t Adjectives in attributive function --  |t Verbs --  |t Structure of verb roots --  |t Verb clases --  |t Verbal inflection --  |t Verbal extensions --  |t Verbal extensions and Stative verbs --  |t Adverbs --  |t Manner adverbs --  |t Locational adverbs --  |t Temporal adverbs --  |t Prepositions --  |t Intensifies --  |t Conjunctions --  |t Copulae --  |t Interim Conclusion --  |t Parte : syntax --  |g Introduction --  |t Structure and organization of the noun phrase --  |t The associative noun phrase, construction --  |t Prepositional Phrases --  |t Locative phrases derived from nouns --  |t Prepositional phrases with noun phrase complements --  |t Prepositional phrases with pp complements --  |t Prepositional phrases with no complements --  |t Simple clauses --  |t Structure --  |t Types of clause cores --  |t Complex clauses --  |t Coordination --  |t Subordination --  |t Interim summary --  |t Multi-Verb constructions --  |t Serial verb constructions (SVCs) --  |t Syntactic repetition --  |t Interim conclusion --  |t Functional approaches --  |g Introduction --  |t Property concepts --  |t Property concepts expressed by verbs with body parts --  |t Participant coding : argument structure --  |t Semantic roles --  |t Participant coding devices --  |t Notes on basic word order --  |t Tense, aspect, modality, and negation system --  |t Tense --  |t Aspet --  |t Modality --  |t Tense, aspect, and modality correlates --  |t Negation --  |t Interim conclusion --  |t Information pedagogy --  |t Interrogatives, questions --  |t Note on question prosody --  |t Focusivization --  |t Topicalization --  |t Passivization --  |t General conclusion --  |t Areas for further research --  |g Appendix --  |g Obang (Tentative) anthem --  |g References. 
650 0 |a Grassfields Bantu languages  |x Grammar. 
651 0 |a Cameroon  |x Languages  |x Grammar. 
830 0 |a Grammatische Analysen afrikanischer Sprachen ;  |v Bd. 52. 
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