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This work is a reference grammar of Hup, a Nadahup (Makú) language spoken in the multilingual Vaupés region of northwest Amazonia. This detailed description and analysis addresses both the phonology and morphosyntax of Hup, and includes texts and audio files. It is informed by a functional-typological perspective with particularreference to areal contact and grammaticalization.…mehr

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This work is a reference grammar of Hup, a Nadahup (Makú) language spoken in the multilingual Vaupés region of northwest Amazonia. This detailed description and analysis addresses both the phonology and morphosyntax of Hup, and includes texts and audio files. It is informed by a functional-typological perspective with particularreference to areal contact and grammaticalization.

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  • Verlag: Gruyter, Walter de GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 1006
  • Erscheinungstermin: 27. August 2008
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783110199079
  • Artikelnr.: 44649655
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Patience Epps, University of Texas at Austin, USA.

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"In summary, this grammar is an outstanding reference work, with an impressive breadth of coverage and depth of analysis. It gives the impression that every part of Hup grammar, from phonology to morphosyntax and semantics, receives the comprehensive treatment it deserves, and it is thus a valuable source for typologists. But it is also highly recommended not only to readers interested in Amazonian languages and cultures, but to anyone who relies on, or simply enjoys, sophisticated linguistic descriptions."
Frank Seifart in: Anthropological Linguistics 2/2009