6 edition of syntax of indicator particles in Somali found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Indicator particles in Somali.|
|Statement||by Francesco Antinucci and Annamaria Puglielli.|
|Series||Monographic journals of the Near East., v. 7, issue 3|
|LC Classifications||PJ991 .M66 vol. 7, issue 3, PJ2532 .M66 vol. 7, issue 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||81174038|
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Get this from a library. The syntax of indicator particles in Somali: relative clause construction. [Francesco Antinucci; Annamaria Puglielli].
Screenshot of the page in Somali. The focus words distinguish between verb phrase and noun phrases. There are only three focus words: baa, ayaa and waa. Of those, baa and ayaa are used for noun phrases. Nouns ending in a consonant or the vowel "i" or take baa, while those ending in "a, e, o" and the consonant "h" take yaa.
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