Dialectal developments in Chinookan tense-aspect systems an areal-historical analysis by Silverstein, Michael

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  • Chinook language -- Aspect.,
  • Chinook language -- Tense.

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Other titlesInternational journal of American linguistics. Supplement.
Statementby Michael Silverstein.
SeriesPublications in anthropology and linguistics. Memoir ; 29, Indiana University publications in anthropology and linguistics -- 29.
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Paginationp. 49-99 ;
Number of Pages99
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Open LibraryOL21994768M

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[Michael Silverstein]. DIALECTAL DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINOOKAN TENSE- ASPECT SYSTEMS: AN AREAL-HISTORICAL ANALYSIS By MICHAEL SILVERSTEIN MEMOIR 29 TABLE OF CONTENTS 0.

Introduction Dialectal spread Sampling bias of data 2. Outline of form-classes Shoalwater perfective aspect Shoalwater present-continuatives PT. 2 CHINOOKAN TENSE-ASPECT. Dialectal developments in Chinookan 'tense' systems, an areal-historical analysis Michae 1 Silve rstein The University of Chicago Version prepared for the eighth International Conference on Salish Languages, Eugene, Oregon, August, Contents: O.

Introduction Dialectal. Dialectal developments in Chinookan tense-aspect systems: an areal-historical analysis: Kigō no shisō gendai gengo jinruigaku no ichi kiseki: Shiruvuasutin ronbunshū: Natural histories of discourse:. DIALECTAL DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINOOKAN TENSE-ASPECT SYSTEMS: AN AREAL-HISTORICAL ANALYSIS.

MICHAEL SILVERSTEIN; pp. S45–S PDF; First page. No Access. Back Matter. PDF; First page. Most Read; The University of Chicago Press Books. Chinookan peoples have lived on the Lower Columbia River for millennia.

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FOOTNOTES This paper has been written in tribute to Eric Hamp. See Silverstein () for the development. dialectal variation. 2) T0 explain the stages of development of standard language.

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() Chinook Jargon: Language contact and the problem of multilevel generative systems, I, II, LanguageSilverstein, Michael () Dialectal developments in Chinookan tense-aspect systems. The complete Chinookan Peoples of the Lower Columbia (hereafter, CPLC) village list was too long and too packed with detail to fit comfortably in the print volume, so an editorial decision was made to place.

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Meaning and change of meaning (Goteborgs H6gskolas Stearns' book. Family division. Chinookan consisted of three languages with multiple is some dispute over classification, and there are two ISO codes assigned: chh (Chinook, Lower Chinook) and. Chinook Resilience: Heritage and Cultural Revitalization on the Lower Columbia River (Indigenous Confluences) - Kindle edition by Daehnke, Jon D., Johnson, Tony A.

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