Introduction To Qiang Phonology And Lexicon

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ABSTRACT Introduction to Qiang Phonology and Lexicon: Synchrony and
Diachrony by Jonathan Paul Evans Doctor of Philosophy in Linguistics University
of California, Berkeley Professor James A. Matisoff, Chairman The Qiang (Chiang
, Ch'iang) language (Sino-Tibetan: Tibeto-Burman: Qiangic) is spoken by about
150,000 people in Northern Sichuan province, China (103 to 104 degrees East,
31 to 32 degrees North). Although sketchy articles and wordlists have been
published as ...

A Grammar Of Qiang

Author: Randy J. LaPolla
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Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Evans, Jonathan P. 2001a
Introduction to Qiang Lexicon and Phonology: Synchrony and Diachrony. Tokyo:
ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. Evans, Jonathan P. 2001b Contact-
Induced Tonogenesis in Southern Qiang. Language and Linguistics 2.2:63 - 110.
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Carol E. 1992 Southern Qiang verbal morphology and directional prefixes: Their
syntactic, ...

Handbook Of Proto Tibeto Burman

Author: James A. Matisoff
Publisher: Univ of California Press
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Language. Rangoon. Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing.
FRENCH, Walter T. 1983. Northern Naga: a Tibeto-Burman Mesolanguage. Ph.D
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The Sino Tibetan Languages

Author: Randy J. LaPolla
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Chirkova, Katia (2012) 'The Qiangic subgroup from an areal perspective: a case
study of languages of Muli', Language and Linguistics 13.1: 133–170. Editorial
Board (1985) Aba Zangzu Zizhi Zhou Gaikuang (Overview of Aba Tibetan
Autonomous Prefecture). Chengdu, Sichuan: Sichuan Nationalities Press. Evans,
Jonathan P. (2001a) Introduction to Qiang Lexicon and Phonology: Synchrony
and Diachrony. Tokyo: ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. Evans,
Jonathan P.

Author: 石鋒
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Introduction to Qiang Phonology and Lexicon: Synchrony and Diachrony. Tokyo:
ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. Evans, J. P. 2006a. Vowel quality in
Hongyan Qiang. Language and Linguistics 7 (4): 731– 754. Evans, J. P. 2006b.
Origins of vowel pharyngealization in Hongyan Qiang. Linguistics ofthe Tibeto-
Burman Area 29 (2): 91–123. Evans, J. P., and Huang Chenglong. 2007. A
bottom-up approach to vowel systems: The case of Yadu Qiang. Cahiers de
Linguistique ...

An Introduction To The Languages Of The World

Author: Anatole Lyovin
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These dialects are especially important for Tibetan comparative linguistics as
they have preserved quite archaic phonological and lexical features. g. Eastern
Dialects This includes all the Kham (Khams.) dialects (11,400 tot. sp.), the chief of
which are those of Chamdo (Chab.mdo.). Derge (Sde.dge.), Hor, and so on. h.
Extreme Eastern Dialects These are dialects spoken in the Chinese province of
Sichuan and are called Qiang by the Chinese. The most interesting dialect of this
group ...

Himalayan Languages

Author: Anju Saxena
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Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 5 (1): 1-35. 1990 Japanese. Ausrro-Tat'. (
Linguistica Extranea, Studia 20.) Ann Arbor: Karorna Publishers, Inc. Buck, Carl
Darling 1949 A Dictionary of Selected Synonyms in the Principal Indo-European
Languages: A Contribution to the History of Ideas. Chicago: University of Chicago
Press. Campbell ... Evans, Jonathan P. 1999 An introduction to Qiang diachronic
phonology: Synchrony and diachrony. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California,

A Grammar Of Prinmi

Author: Picus Sizhi Ding
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(1991), TibetoBurman Phonology and Lexicon, and Huang et al. (1992), A
TibetoBurman Lexicon. Working with a few young Prinmi ... Jiang (2008, 2009,
2010a, 2010b, 2012) has continued to work on Lánpíng Prinmi. All these
publications are written in Chinese. ... Tangut had two tonal categories: level and
rising (Gong 2003: 605), and all dialects of Prinmi are tonal, pointing to the
development of lexical tone INTRODUCTION 7 1.2.2. Genetic affiliation and
varieties of the language.

Chinese Spoken Language Processing

Author: Qiang Huo
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
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5th International Symposium, ISCSLP 2006, Singapore, December 13-16, 2006,
Proceedings Qiang Huo, Bin Ma, Eng-Siong Chng, Haizhou Li. has some
drawbacks. Firstly the structure of HMM is often a poor ... Firstly a CRF model is
trained to predict the prosodic words boundaries from lexicon words. After that we
apply a TBL based error driven learning approach to ... Section 2 gives an
introduction to the prosodic words. Section 3 describes our CRF model based
method to predict ...

English In China Today At The Harbin Institute Of Technology

Author: Martin Wolff
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Volume I Martin Wolff, Tian Qiang. CHAPTER FIVE APPROACH TO
ිࣔ) Introduction Translation errors can be approached from different
perspectives. This article deals with them from ... Errors can be categorized from
different angles and into different kinds, and are sometimes classified as lexical,
phonological, syntactic, interpretive and pragmatic (Richards, Platt & Platt 2000).
Brown (2002) CHAPTER ...