4 edition of Notes on the grammar of the Ponape dialect. found in the catalog.
Notes on the grammar of the Ponape dialect.
Gulick, Luther Halsey
Printed in a small edition, not offered for sale. Abridged and recast, with slight additions from the preceding Vocabularies. The above Notes were republished in the Journal of the Am. Or. soc. vol.X (1872) p. 96-109.
|Statement||By L. H. Gulick, M.D.|
|LC Classifications||PL6295 .G8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||10000305|
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Notes: Printed in a small edition, not offered for sale. Abridged and recast, with slight additions from the preceding Vocabularies.
The above Notes were republished in the Journal of the Am. soc. vol. X () p. Description: 39 pages ; 18 cm: Responsibility: by L.H. Gulick, M.D.
Designed as a reference volume for Ponapean educators, particularly those working in bilingual education programs, this work will also be of value to English-speaking students of Ponapean and to scholars of other Pacific languages and cultures. The grammar begins with useful background information on Ponape and Ponapean and then systematically explores the phonology, morphology.
The Ponapean-English Dictionary contains approximately 6, Ponapean to English entries. Each entry includes a headword, grammatical information, and one or more English definitions.
Each entry includes a headword, grammatical information, and one or more English by: ONLINE A vocabulary of the Ponape dialect, Ponape-English and English-Ponape; with a grammatical sketch.
Gulick, Luther Halsey, [New Haven. oai:; ONLINE Report on the flora of Pingelap Atoll, Caroline Islands, Micronesia, and observations on the vocabulary of the native inhabitants. See also his earlier work, Notes on the grammar of the Ponape Dialect (Hor;olulu, ).
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Grammar. Pohnpeian word order is nominally SVO. Depending on the grammatical function, the head may come before or after its dependents. Like many Austronesian languages, Pohnpeian focus marking interacts with transitivity and relative clauses (see Austronesian alignment).
Its range of grammatically acceptable sentence structures is more generally (1) noun phrase, (2) verb phrase (3) other noun Native to: Micronesia. Book, Description: Honolulu: H.L. Sheldon, printer, 68,  p.: ill. ; 18 cm. Notes: Engraved t.p.
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