Overview of Yaghnobi grammar June 9, 2007Posted by Bahrom in Linguistics, Science, Syntax, Yaghnobi.
Tags: Grammar, Yagnobi, YAI
Today I presented an overview of Yaghnobi grammar at the U of O Linguistics Colloquium. I have uploaded a copy of my handout for the colloquium here: Overview of Yaghnobi Grammar. This handout is an outline of basic clause structure and grammatical relations with parsed and glossed example sentences. If you need an explanation of any part or have questions please don’t hesitate to leave them in a comment here.
6/9/07 Update: I uploaded a corrected version of the Yaghnobi Grammar Overview today.
6/17/07 Update: I fixed a typo in example 23. I changed kap to kar.
11/4/07 Update: I posted the first draft of my thesis, Aspects of Yaghnobi Grammar here: http://yaghnobi.wordpress.com/2007/11/05/draft-of-aspects-of-yaghnobi-grammar/
Consider contributing to the new Yaghnobi blog! June 6, 2007Posted by Bahrom in Yaghnobi.
If you have been reading my posts about the Yaghnobi language on Birds’ Word’s, then this blog will look familiar. Since I started posting about Yahgnobi three months ago, I have been delighted to discover others who are also interested in the Yahgnobi people and their language.
Today, I decided it was time to create a new blog dedicated just to Yaghnobi and open to posts from others. I copied all my posts on Yaghnobi from Birds’ Words to this new blog. I invite all of you who are interested in the Yaghnobi people, their language, history, and culture to become authors and post to this blog as well. If you would like to be included as an author on this blog, just leave a comment here. If you would like to add photos, change the layout or do anything else to help maintain this blog you are also most welcome!