Slavey spriaken

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Slavey spriaken

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Slavey spriaken of Slavey spriak (aanj nööm: ? ; ingelsk: Slavey macrolanguage or languages or dialects, Slave, Slavé, Slavi, Slavey-Hare or Hare-Slavey, Dene, Mackenzian) as det atapaskisk spriak of spriaken faan a Nuurd- an Süüd-Slavey fulken uun Nuurd-Ameerikoo. Snaaket woort det faan amanbi 3545 minsken fööraal uun a Nuurdwaast-Teritoorien, uun Alberta an British Columbia uun Kanada.

Spriaken[Bewerke | kweltekst bewerke]

  1. Süüd-Slavey of Dene Tha (Dene Dháh ) (2.310 snaake)
  2. Nuurd-Slavey of Sahtu Dene (Sahtúot'ı̨nę Yatı̨́ ᓴᑋᕲᖌᑎᑊᐠᓀᐠ ᔭᕱ) (1.235 snaake)

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Literatüür[Bewerke | kweltekst bewerke]

  • Howard, Philip G. A Dictionary of the Verbs of South Slavey. Yellowknife: Dept. of Culture and Communications, Govt. of the Northwest Territories, 1990. ISBN 0770838685
  • Isaiah, Stanley, et al. Golqah Gondie = Animal Stories - in Slavey. Yellowknife: Programme Development Division, Government of the Northwest Territories, 1974.
  • Mithun, Marianne. (1999). The languages of Native North America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521232287 (hbk); ISBN 052129875X.
  • Monus, Vic, and Stanley Isaiah. Slavey Topical Dictionary: A Topical List of Words and Phrases Reflecting the Dialect of the Slavey Language Spoken in the Fort Simpson Area. [Yellowknife: Government of the Northwest Territories, Canada?], 1977.
  • Northwest Territories. South Slavey Legal Terminology. [Yellowknife, N.W.T.]: Dept. of Justice, Govt. of the Northwest Territories, 1993.
  • Northwest Territories. Alphabet Posters in the Wrigley Dialect of the Slavey Language. [Yellowknife?]: Dept. of Education, Programs and Evaluation Branch, 1981.
  • Tatti, Fibbie, and Philip G. Howard. A Slavey Language Pre-Primer in the Speech of Fort Franklin. [Yellowknife]: Linguistic Programmes Division, Dept. of Education, Northwest Territories, 1978.
  • Pranav Anand and Andrew Nevins. Shifty Operators in Changing Contexts. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~lingdept/IndexicalityWorkshop/anandnevins04.pdf
  • Rice, Keren. (1989). A grammar of Slave. Mouton grammar library (No. 5). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. ISBN 3-11-010779-1.
  • Sabourin, Margaret. Readers: Slavey Language. Yellowknife: Dept. of Education, Programme Development Division, 1975.