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Mon has long been in contact with the dominant Burmese and Thai languages. The documented history of more than a thousand years allows us to trace changes in the language over time. This study looks at the divergent Mon varieties spoken today in Burma (Myanmar) and Thailand respectively, both...
This paper first clarifies the terms ‘demonstratives’ and ‘nominal demonstratives’, and how they differ from the Chinese term zhǐshì dàicí 指示代詞. We examine five sets of nominal demonstrative attested in the Southern Min dialect of Hui’an, in terms of their syntactic functions, their semantic...
This article provides the first comprehensive phonological analysis of the Tanglang language. It focuses on characteristic features of this language and provides new data that contribute to a better understanding of the phonetic and phonological aspects of the languages of the Yi group of the...
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