Tibeto-Himalayan Languages of Uttarkhand
D.D. Sharma offre une approche phonologique, gramaticale et syntaxique des dialectes Darmiya,Chaudangsi-Byangsi et Johari (dans le vol.1) et des dialectes Jad, Mrachha et Raji (dans le vol.2).
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3rd person able action adding adjectives adverb asked aspects aspirate attested belong brother called Chaudangsi child clause cluster commonly complex compound conjugation conjunction consonant constituents constructions contrasts Darmiya denotes derived dialect direct distinction drink ergative examples expressed father final finite follows formation forms function future gender genitive girl give grammatical hand head horse illustrated indefinite indicating indicative mood inflected initial interrogative Johari languages linguistic marker means modifier mood nasal nominal Normally noun object occur participle particles past past tense patterns perfect phonemic phrase plosives plural position precedes present pronominal pronoun qualified question recorded referring respective sense sentences simple sister stems structure suffixes syllabic syntactic tense tense forms term thing thou transitive tribal valley various verb verb form verb root verbal village voice vowel