New book: Georgian grammar
|From:||Jay Bowks <jjbowks@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, October 13, 1999, 2:27|
I thought this interesting too... Funny though this Georgian
is nothing like my previous message on Georgia Talk :-)))
Anyway cool stuff...
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>University of Chicago
>Georgian, spoken by over three million people in the southern Caucasus,
>is the only witten member of the Kartvelian language family, and has a
>literary history of a millenium and a half. The language provides a
>crucial resource for studying the cultures, languages, and history of
>the region. Among the linguistic points of interest are the phonological
>proclivity for consonant clusters, and the typological characteristics
>of mixed or split case marking and verb marking systems. The grammatical
>sketch will serve as a concise presentation of modern Georgian
>phonology, morphology and syntax with particular attention given to the
>complex verbal morphology and the morphosyntax of case government. A
>select bibliography will include materials available in Western
>ISBN 3 89586 119 7.
>Languages of the World/Materials 147.
>USD 32.50 / DM 49.30 / # 19.90.
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