Relativization in Shipibo-Konibo
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Relativization in Shipibo-Konibo a typologically-oriented study by Pilar Valenzuela

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Published by Lincom Europa in München .
Written in English


  • Shipibo-Conibo language -- Relative clauses.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [90]-93).

StatementPilar Valenzuela.
SeriesLINCOM studies in Native American linguistics -- 43
LC ClassificationsPM7073 .V354 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 93 p. :
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20119090M
ISBN 103895863041

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Shipibo-Konibo. Pilar M. VALENZUELA. 1. Introduction. Shipibo-Konibo is a Panoan language spoken in Eastern Peru by s people. Most speakers live in separate villages along the Ucayali River and main tributaries, in the Departments of Ucayali and Loreto. The present chapter presents a characterization of grammatical nominalizations in Iskonawa, an obsolescing language in the Panoan family. It is shown here that grammatical nominalizations are highly isomorphic with independent (non-nominalized) clauses in terms of their internal syntax, but that the external syntax of nominalizations is highly nominal. The Shipibo-Conibo are an indigenous people along the Ucayali River in the Amazon rainforest in ly two groups, the Shipibo and the Conibo, they eventually became one distinct tribe through intermarriage and communal ritual and are currently known as the Shipibo-Conibo people. Antecedentes Históricos de la lengua: Durante los siglos XVII y XVIII * Hubo una influencia colonizadora. * * Religiosos de las órdenes Jesuitas y Franciscanas incursionaron en territorios ocupados por los diferentes pueblos cuyas lenguas pertenecieron a la familia linguística.

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