A Grammar of Gu qi ng

Cover illustration: Three generations of Guìqióng women at a Gūzán home. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Jiang, Li (Language teacher) author. A grammar of Guìqióng: a language of Sichuan / by Jiang Lì. pages cm.

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In A Grammar of Guìqióng, Jiāng Lì describes the phonology, verbal and nominal morphology, and syntax of the hitherto undocumented Tibeto-Burman language.

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A Grammar of Guqing
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Pages: 452
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