Re: Trigger Languages?
|From:||Jeff Jones <jeffsjones@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, February 12, 2003, 7:31|
On Sun, 9 Feb 2003 12:27:23 -0800, Barry Garcia <barry_garcia@...>
>>Saalangal seems to be the closest to what you're looking for (since AFAIK
>>it's straightforward and regular enough in its grammar), but unfortunately
>>there seems not to be much about it on the web :(( .
>Oh, i've been working on it. Actually, i've gotten the basics of the
>grammar down, i just now need to focus on specifics. I should post what I
>have as a PFD soon.
I'll be looking for it. I can usually read PDF (if that's what was meant).
I want to see if the trigger-language terminology works better than
grammatical voice terminology for 'Yemls etc.
>And yes, i made Saalangal specifically relatively straightforward for my
>ease. Triggers have one affix and it can be used for any of the verbal