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100 1  Estigarribia, Bruno,|eauthor 
245 12 A grammar of Paraguayan Guarani /|cBruno Estigarribia 
264  1 London :|bUCL Press,|c2020 
264  4 |c©2020 
300    xxi, 366 pages :|billustrations (chiefly color), map ;|c24
       cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Grammars of world and minority languages 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 327-332) and 
       index 
505 00 |g1.|tIntroduction --|g1.1.|tOverview of the language --
       |g1.2.|tBrief history since the European colonization of 
       the region --|g1.3.|tSociolinguistic information --|g1.4.
       |tBasic pronunciation summary --|g1.5.|tTypological 
       information --|g1.6.|tContact with Spanish and other 
       languages --|g1.7.|tGuarani as a second or foreign 
       language --|g1.8.|tPointers for students --|g2.|tPhonology
       and orthography: the sound system and its written 
       representation --|g2.1.|tSound inventory and pronunciation
       (segmental phonology) --|g2.1.1.|tVowels and diphthongs --
       |g2.1.2.|tConsonants --|g2.2.|tSuprasegmental phonology --
       |g2.2.1.|tSyllable structure --|g2.2.2.|tStress --|g2.2.3.
       |tNasal harmony --|g2.2.4.|tProsody sketch: practical 
       considerations for pronunciation --|g2.3.|tThe alphabet or
       achegety and modern orthographic -- conventions in 
       Paraguay --|g2.3.1.|tHistory of orthographic conventions -
       -|g2.3.2.|tRecommended orthography --|g3.|tNominate --
       |g3.1.|tNouns --|g3.1.1.|tPlural marking --|g3.1.2.
       |tGender marking --|g3.1.3.|tRelational (multiform) 
       nominal roots --|g3.1.4.|tFunctions of noun phrases in a 
       sentence --|g3.2.|tForming nouns from other words --
       |g3.2.1.|tNominahzations --|g3.2.1.1.|tNominalizing 
       suffixes --|g3.2.1.1.1.|tGeneral nominalizer -ha --
       |g3.2.1.1.2.|tPassive -py --|g3.2.1.1.3.|tAdjectival -va -
       -|g3.2.1.1.4.|tAbstract -kue --|g3.2.1.2.|tNominalizing 
       prefixes --|g3.2.1.2.1.|tResultative/instrumental t-embi- 
       --|g3.2.1.2.2.|tReflexive/passive/impersonal je- --
       |g3.2.1.2.3.|tReciprocaljo- --|g3.2.1.2.4.|tAbstract t-
       efco- --|g3.2.1.2.5.|tAbstract mba'e- --|g3.2.1.3.|tNoun 
       compounds --|g3.2.2.|tNominal/adjectival negation --
       |g3.2.3.|tDiminutives and attenuatives --|g3.3.
       |tAdjectival modifiers of the noun --|g3.4.|tDeterminers -
       -|g3.4.1.|tArticles --|g3.4.2.|tDemonstratives --|g3.4.3.
       |tNumerals and quantifiers --|g3.5.|tPronouns --|g3.5.1.
       |tPersonal pronouns --|g3.5.2.|tInterrogative pronouns --
       |g3.5.3.|tIndefinite and negative pronouns --|g3.5.4.
       |tDemonstrative pronouns --|g3.5.5.|tPossessive pronouns -
       -|g3.6.|tPossessive noun phrases --|g3.7.|tNominal 
       temporal-aspectual markers --|g4.|tVerbs --|g4.1.
       |tIntransitive verbs --|g4.1.1.|tActive verbs --|g4.1.2.
       |tInactive verbs --|g4.2.|tTransitive verbs --|g4.3.
       |tDitransitive verbs --|g4.4.|tPostpositional complement 
       verbs --|g4.5.|tIrregular verbs --|g4.6.|tRelational 
       (multiform) verbs --|g4.7.|tVerbs with increments --|g4.8.
       |tVerbs with loss of initial consonant --|g4.9.|tVerbal 
       negation --|g4.10.|tExpressing properties of events: tense,
       aspect, mood/modality, evidentiality --|g4.10.1.|tTense --
       |g4.10.2.|tAspect --|g4.10.3.|tMood and modality --
       |g4.10.3.1.|tExpressing commands --|g4.10.3.1.1.|tBasic 
       imperative mood --|g4.10.3.1.2.|tImperative modalizers --
       |g4.10.3.1.3.|tProhibitive mood --|g4.10.3.2.|tExpressing 
       possibility and ability --|g4.10.3.3.|tExpressing 
       obligation and permission --|g4.10.3.4.|tExpressing desire
       and volition --|g4.10.3.4.1.|tVolitivemood --|g4.10.3.4.2.
       |tHortative and optative mood --|g4.10.3.5.|tExpressing 
       negative evaluations --|g4.11.|tVerbalizations --|g4.12.
       |tModifiers of the verb --|g4.13.|tVerb compounds --|g5.
       |tPostpositions --|g5.1.|tPostpositions marking a 
       predicate's complements --|g5.2.|tPostpositions of place -
       -|g5.3.|tPostpositions of time --|g5.4.|tOther 
       postpositions --|g6.|tVoice --|g6.1.|tActive voice --
       |g6.2.|tInactive voice --|g6.3.|tPassive/reflexive/
       impersonal voice --|g6.3.1.|tWith intransitive verbs: 
       generic and impersonal interpretations --|g6.3.2.|tWith 
       transitive verbs: passive and reflexive interpretations --
       |g6.4.|tReciprocal voice --|g6.5.|tAntipassive voice --
       |g6.6.|tCausative voice --|g6.6.1.|tCausative voice for 
       intransitive verbs --|g6.6.2.|tSociative causative --
       |g6.6.3.|tCausative voice for transitive verbs --|g7.
       |tEvidentiality --|g7.1.|tEmphatic and veridical markers -
       -|g7.2.|tMarkers of hearsay --|g7.3.|tMarkers of direct 
       evidence --|g7.4.|tMarkers of reasoned evidence --|g8.
       |tBasic clauses --|g8.1.|tWord order in simple clauses --
       |g8.2.|tPredicative and equative clauses --|g8.3.
       |tLocation and existence clauses --|g8.4.|tSentences 
       expressing possession --|g8.4.1.|tNon-verbal possessive 
       sentences --|g8.4.2.|tVerbal possessive sentences --|g8.5.
       |tQuestions --|g9.|tQuantification --|g10.|tDegree 
       expressions --|g10.1.|tComparatives --|g10.2.
       |tSuperlatives --|g11.|tNoun incorporation into the verb -
       -|g12.|tComplex sentences --|g12.1.|tCoordinated clauses -
       -|g12.2.|tSubordinate clauses --|g12.2.1.|tRelative 
       clauses --|g12.2.2.|tComplement clauses --|g12.2.3.
       |tAdverbial clauses --|g12.2.3.1.|tPurposive --|g12.2.3.2.
       |tConcessive --|g12.2.3.3.|tCausal --|g12.2.3.4.
       |tConditional --|g12.2.3.5.|tManner --|g12.2.3.6.
       |tTemporal --|g12.2.3.7.|tLocative --|g13.|tInformation 
       structure --|g13.1.|tFocus --|g13.2.|tTopic --|g14.|tOrder
       of affixes, clitics and other particles in the predicate -
       -|g15.|tCommon vocabulary --|g15.1.|tFood --|g15.2.|tBody 
       parts --|g15.3.|tSenses --|g15.4.|tNumbers --|g15.5.
       |tKinship terms --|g15.6.|tAnimals --|g15.7.|tTime --
       |g15.8.|tDwelling --|g15.9.|tColours --|g16.|tText samples
       --|g16.1.|tInterview --|g16.2.|tNarrative --|g16.3.|tPoem 
       --|g16.4.|tTheatre --|g16.5.|tNewspaper article --|g17.
       |tParadigms --|g17.1.|tList of circumfixes --|g17.2.|tList
       of prefixes --|g17.3.|tList of postpositional particles --
       |g17.4.|tList of morphemes with consonant allomorphs 
       conditioned by nasal harmony --|g17.4.1.|tAffixes and 
       clitics --|g17.4.2.|tRoots --|g17.5.|tList of relational 
       roots and morphemes --|g17.6.|tList of aireal verbs --
       |g18.|tCommon phrases and expressions --|tReferences --
       |tData sources --|tSuggested resources --|tGeneral 
       introductions --|tPhrasebooks --|tTextbooks and online 
       courses --|tDictionaries --|tGrammars --|tLinguistic 
       overviews --|tOnline resources --|tOnline bookshops --
       |tAcademic works consulted 
650  0 Guarani language|xGrammar 
650  7 Guarani language|xGrammar.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00948785 
830  0 Grammars of world and minority languages 
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