An Intermediate-Advanced Level Cambodian Refresher Course by Purtle, Dale I.

By Purtle, Dale I.

This eight-volume audiolingual direction in normal Cambodian has been ready for college kids who've accomplished both an introductory college-level process 12 months or have had a thorough process numerous months. fabric within the first volumes, "Book I--Part One" and "Book I--Part Two," introduces the sound approach with phonology drills and contains vocabulary perform, narratives, substitution drills, dialogs and conversation drills, grammar notes and drills, and translation assessments. fabric in "Book II--Part One,""Book II--Part Two,""Book III--Part One," and "Book III--Part " looks within the kind of spontaneous dialogs, substitution drills, and exams. classes within the ultimate volumes, "Book IV--Part One" and "Book IV--Part Two," are made from sections on interrogation perform, army terminology drills, and comprehension checks. The content material of the fabric in the course of the path displays Cambodian tradition. All texts, dialogs, and drills seem with English equivalents

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Know The two verbal negations differ in scope: the prefixed -mə- is the narrow scope negation, with thescope just over the verbal nucleus, while the suffixed negation -q'əm negates the whole sentence (including the embedded participles, infinitives, and/or gerunds). The other NW Caucasian languages also have prefixal negation with the infinite verbal forms, and suffixal negation with the finite forms. PERSON Kabardian distinguishes three persons singular and plural. Verbal person markers indicate the person of the subject of an intransitive verb / object of a transitive verb 31 Matasović: A Short Grammar of Kabardian (the person which is in the nominative in the case of nouns), the person of the subject of a transitive verb (the person which is in the ergative in the case of nouns), and of the indirect object (the person which, in the case of nouns, is in the ergative in its function of dative, or some other oblique case): a) markers of the person which is in the nominative: 1.

Af. -to write-cond. -af. -af. The category of version in Kabardian should not be confused with the typologically similar applicative construction, which involves the adding of an argument to the core of the clause and increasing the transitivity of a verb. In Kabardian, adding the version prefix -xw- and the adversative prefix -f'ə- does not affect the transitivity of a verb. g. it cannot be passivized. 51 Applicatives (version prefixes) exist in the other NW Caucasian languages. ) calls the prefixes expressing version in NW Caucasian "relational particles" (cp.

If this verb is intransitive and has only one argument, its only argument will be marked for the nominative, while the causer will be marked for the ergative, as in the previous example. -af. -af. -af. ) 2006: 436 and according to the examples obtained from my informants. 40 Matasović: A Short Grammar of Kabardian Q'arašəway yə haś'a-m-ra yə šə-m-ra yə-ġa-šx-ā-ś Q. poss. poss. -af. "Karašavey fed his guest and his horse" (in this sentence the name Q'arašəway would be in the ergative as the causer, the undergoer of the underived verb, i.

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