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Brand Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Fire and hearth: A study of Aboriginal usage and European usurpation in south-western Australia (Australian Aboriginal studies) EAN 9780855750367. Linguistic Diffusion in Arnhem Land EAN 9780855750664.
Brand Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.
Alawa phonology and grammar. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. by. Sharpe, Margaret C. Publication date. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;.
Sharpe, Margaret C (1972). Alawa Phonology and Grammar. Canberra: Australian Institute for Aboriginal Studies. 1972.
Aboriginal English is an under-studied variety spoken in Australia. Aboriginal English ranges on a continuum from sounding very similar to standard Australian English ('light' Aboriginal English) to diverging markedly ('heavy. ), and speakers themselves can vary depending on the situation and audience
Sharpe, Margaret C (1972).
Note: there are no standardised IPA symbols for alveopalatal stops. Sharpe, Margaret C (1972).
Australian Aboriginal English is an indigenised variety of English, adopted by Australia’s indigenous population under conditions of linguistic genocide. The phonological, grammatical, semantic and discourse features described here illustrate the principal characteristics of this ethnolect and the linguistic variation within it, highlighting their.
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Sharpe, Margaret C. Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Steriade, Donca, and Jie Zhang. Context-dependent similarity: Phonology and phonetics of Romanian Semi Rimes. Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS) 37. Tersis, Nicole. Le zarma, Republique du Niger; etude du parler djerma de Dosso.
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