Hawaiian RE: minimalistic grammar
|From:||Karapcik, Mike <karapcik@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, April 9, 2002, 13:55|
| -----Original Message-----
| From: David Peterson
| Subject: Re: minimalistic grammar
| In a message dated 04/7/02 7:31:57 PM,
| Karapcik@MOFFITT.USF.EDU writes:
| << The sentence order is VOS. A word's "type" is largely
| dependent on where
| in the sentence is placed, and also if it has a leader. Descriptors
| follow the word they describe. >>
| VSO, I'm sure you meant. He, what book do you have? I
| don't have a good one.
| -Jim Morrison
Um, yes, VSO. I'm blaming that on Claritin too...
I'm using two books
"Spoken Hawaiian", Samuel H. Elbert, ISBN 0870222163
Along with "Pocket Hawaiian Dictionary".
The others are the text books which one can order here:
I have all three books and the tape. (They ask only $17 for the whole set.
That's less than the other book alone.)