Nominal classification in aboriginal australia ed by mark harvey and nicholas reid studies in language companion series 37 amsterdam john benjamins 1997 pp x 296 three maps language index subject index reviewed by greville g corbetr university of surrey the languages to which this collection is devoted primarily from northern australia have had relatively little discussion . Of language structures oxford oup article in book lohndal terje 2007 on the structure and development of nominal phrases in norwegian in nominal determination typology context constraints and historical emergence studies in language companion series 89 elizabeth stark elizabeth leiss werner. Get this from a library nominal classification in aboriginal australia mark harvey nicholas reid this volume aims to extend both the range of analyses and the database on nominal classification systems previous analyses of nominal classification systems have focussed on two areas the semantics . Nominal classification systems are a prominent feature of many aboriginal languages from northern australia this volume provides a discussion of recent literature on classification systems and detailed material on some of the aboriginal languages including mayali and wardaman. Nominal classification systems are a prominent feature of many aboriginal languages from northern australia this volume provides a discussion of recent literature on classification systems and read more
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