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This can be a collection of papers from the 14th foreign convention on old Linguistics held August 9-13, 1999, on the college of British Columbia. From the wealthy software and the numerous papers given in this convention, the current twenty-three papers have been conscientiously chosen to reveal the kingdom of present examine within the box of ancient linguistics.

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Nagaraja, K. S. 1985. Khasi: A descriptive analysis. Pune: Deccan College. Osada, Toshiki. 1992. A Reference Grammar of Mundari. Tokyo: Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa. Paulsen, Deborah A 1992. “Phonological Reconstruction of Proto-Plang”. 160–222. Pinnow, Heinz-Jürgen. 1960–ms. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Juang-Sprache. Unpublished-ms. Berlin. Pinnow, Heinz-Jürgen. 1963. “The Position of the Munda Languages within the Austroasiatic Language Family”. Linguistic Comparison in Southeast Asia and the Pacific ed.

Macken. ) Richard. 1973. “Clause Patterns in Parengi-Gorum”. Patterns in Clause, Sentence, Discourse in Selected Languages of India and Nepal ed. by Robert. L. Trail, 1: 235–312. Norman, OK: SIL. Banker, Elizabeth M. 1964. “Bahnar Affixation”. 99–118. Benjamin, Geoffrey. 1976. “An Outline of Temiar Grammar”. Jenner et al. 129–188. Bhat, D. N. Shankara. 1997. “Noun-Verb Distinction in Munda Languages”. 227–251. Bhattacharya, S. 1968. A Bonda Dictionary. Poona: Deccan College. Bodding, Paul O. 1929.

Further topics in comparative Munda: Tense, transitivity, etc. In addition to the categories discussed in 2 and 3 above, a number of other categories were realized morphologically in the Proto-Munda verb, including a transitive past, an intransitive past, a non-past, a reduplicated habitual, a participial construction, and an intransitive imperative. The transitive past (22) is preserved in almost all Munda languages except Gta‘. The intransitive past (23) is justified on the basis of Proto-North Munda correspondences with Juang.

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