|Title||A Note on the Qualifier Prefixes in Deg Xinag and Athabascan|
|Description:||Ts. Introduction: "The term qualifier prefix, first proposed for the analysis of an Athabascan language (Koyukon) by Jette 1906, was resurrected by Kari, 1989 to standardize descriptive terminology and facilitated comparison of the languages in this family. The qualifier prefixes play a central role in the verbal morphology of the languages of this family, forming an important component of verb themes and prefix constituents in the languages in which they have been described." Annotated by M. Krauss. 19pp.
Second copy (5-26-98) probably annotated by J. Leer.
|Citation||IJAL vol.66, no.1, Jan. 2000, p.1-21. The University of Chicago Press.|
Hargus, Sharon (author)
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