Guaraní

From ProAlKi

Jump to: navigation, search

Guaraní (gug)

Guaraní is a Tupi-Guaraní language of Paraguay. It is part of the macrolanguage Guarani, which includes further varieties spoken in Bolivia and Brazil.
Material


Overview fused subject and object markers cf. Gregores & Suárez 1967


Morphological and Phonological Data
Paradigms
Morphemes
Morphology
Phonology
Meta Data
ISO-Code
gug (etlg, gllg, wals, wp)
Stock


wikipedia:Guaraní language


status
Literature
  • Payne, Doris (1994), The Tupí-Guaraní inverse. In: Fox, Barabara A. and Hopper, Paul J., Voice: Form and FunctionAmsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 313-340.
  • Shain, Cory Adam (2009), The Distribution of Differential Object Marking in Guaran\'{\i}. Dissertation or doctoral thesis The Ohio State University . Download
  • Tonhauser, Judith (2010), Word order in Paraguayan Guaraní. International Journal of American Linguistics 76(2):255-288.
Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
Navigation
Help
Templates
Toolbox