A Grammar Of Kakataibo

Author: Roberto Zariquiey
Editor: De Gruyter Mouton
ISBN: 9783110416350
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This is the first comprehensive grammar of Kakataibo (a Panoan language spoken in Peru). It is based upon 7 years of study of the language and a corpus of more than 40 hours of recordings. Considering that there is no such a thing as a theoretically
A Grammar of Kakataibo
Language: en
Pages: 668
Authors: Roberto Zariquiey, Roberto Zariquiey Biondi
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-09 - Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton

This is the first comprehensive grammar of Kakataibo (a Panoan language spoken in Peru). It is based upon 7 years of study of the language and a corpus of more than 40 hours of recordings. Considering that there is no such a thing as a theoretically
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