The semantics of clause linking in Galo
Post, Mark (2009) The semantics of clause linking in Galo. In: The Semantics of Clause Linking: a cross-linguistic typology. Explorations in Linguistic Typology . Oxford University Press, New York, NY, USA, pp. 74-95.
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[Extract] Galo is a Tibeto-Burman language of the Tani branch spoken by around 30,000-40,000 hill tribespeople in central Arunachal Pradesh state, northeast India. There are two major dialects, Lare (larèe) and Pugo (puugóo), and several minor dialects and subdialects; this chapter is based on the majority Lare dialect, as described by Post (2007). Galo's historical contacts with non-Tani languages appear to have been inextensive; within the last fifty to sixty years, contacts with Indo-European languages such as Assamese, English, and most recently Hindi have increased dramatically.
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