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Diné Bizaad Naalkaah: Navajo Language Investigations
 
Working Papers on Endangered and Less Familiar LanguagesVolume 3   Edited by Theodore B. Fernald and Kenneth L. Hale   November 2000 MITWPL MITWPL is an organization of the graduate students in linguistics at MIT. Department of Linguistics, E39-245 MIT 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139   mitwpl@mit.edu http://web.mit.edu/mitwpl/
 


Contents

Preface
 
Introduction
 
Margraet Speas     
				From Rules to Principles in the Study of Navajo Syntax
 
Theodore Fernald, Lorene Legah, Alyse Neundorf, Ellavina Tsosie Perkins, and Paul Platero	
				Implicature and Presupposition in Navajo
 
Theodore Fernald, Lorene Legah, Alyse Neundorf, Ellavina Tsosie Perkins, and Paul Platero	
				Definite and Indefinite Descriptions in Navajo
	
Ken Hale	
				Remarks on the Syntax of the Navajo Verb
	
Ken Hale, Pamela Munro, and Paul Platero	
				The Navajo Inchoative Verb Form 	
 
Alyse Neundorf	
				The Navajo Simple Passive	
 
Ellavina Tsosie Perkins	
				Navajo H-Questions Revisited	
 
Helen Yellowman Yazzie, Regina Yazzie, Roseann Willink,Caroline Bemore, Jefferson Clauschee, and Peggy Rafelito
				Da: the Navajo Distributive Plural Preverb	
 

Diné Bizaad Naalkaah is a collection of articles on Navajo morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics written by members of the Navajo Language Academy, Inc.

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