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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.41 New Horizons in Tibeto-Burman Morphosyntax

July 17, 1995 Publication

Edited by, Yoshio Nishi, James A. Matisoff, YasuhikoNagano

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Contents
Preface

Inflectional and Derivantional Morphology
1. A Brief of the Controversy in Verb Pronominalization in Tibeto-Burman
Yoshio Nishi
2. A Further Discussion on Verb Agreement in Tibeto-Burman Languages
Sun Hongkai
3. Proto-Tibeto-Burman / Proto-Sino-Tibetan-iSuffix
Paul K. Benedict
4. Sino-Tibetan Palatal Suffixes Revisited
James A. Matisoff

The Features of Grammaticalized Morphemes
5. Jingpho Prefixes: Their Classification, Origins, and Implications for General Morphology
Dai Qingxia and Wu Hede
6. Function of a Written Tibetan Instrumental Particle,-kyis, Revisited
Yasuhiko Nagano
7. Tense or Aspect in Manipuri
Chungkham Yashawanta Singh
8. On the Usages and Functions of Particles-kou_/-ka.in Colloquial Burmese
Hideo Sawada

Ergativity
9. 'Ergative' Marking in Tibeto-Burman
Randy J. LaPolla
10. Black Mountain Conjugational Morphology, Proto-tibeto-Burman Morphosyntax, and the Linguistic Position of Chinese
George van Driem
11. Tibetan Ergativity and the Trajectory Model
Nicolas Tournadre
12. Split Ergative Patterns in Transitive and Intransitive Sentences in Tibetan: a Reconsideration
Tsuguhito Takeuchi and Yoshiharu Takahashi

 
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