A Grammar of Huallaga (Huanuco) Quechua (University of by David John Weber

By David John Weber

It is a entire, nonformal description of a Quechua language of vital Peru, incorporating either structural and useful insights. themes comprise: the demographic state of affairs, an creation to the syntax, note and suffix periods, morphology, case kinfolk, passives, great words, relative clauses, enhances, adverbial clauses, reduplication, query formation, negation, conjunction, evidential suffixes, the subject marker, idioms and formulaic expressions, phonology, and mortgage strategies.

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