1 edition of Anglo-American contributions to Basque studies found in the catalog.
Anglo-American contributions to Basque studies
|Statement||edited by William A. Douglass, Richard W. Etulain, William H. Jacobsen, Jr.|
|Series||Desert Research Institute publications on the social sciences -- no. 13|
|Contributions||Bilbao, Jon., Douglass, William A., Etulain, Richard W., Jacobsen, William H.|
|LC Classifications||DP302.B46 A588, DP302B46 A588|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 221 p. :|
|Number of Pages||221|
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`Historical syntax and Basque verbal morphology: two hypotheses', in W. A. Douglass, R. W. Etulain and W. H. Jacobsen (eds), Anglo-American Contributions to Basque Studies: Essays in Honor of Jon Bilbao, Reno: Desert Research Institute Publications on the Social Sciences No. 13, pp. , Articles in Press. Short note Short note Short note The Basque passive: a correct description1 R. L TRASK The claim has been repeatedly made in the literature that there exist casemarking languages having passive sentences with case marking identical to that of the corresponding active sentences. Such a claim appears in Perlmutter and Postal ( ); it .
links to resources relating to the Basque people and provinces of. Spain. Notes that most of the information is taken from postings of. participants in the Basque-L discussion list. Includes publications, photographs, listings of Basque books from the Books in Print index, and flag and coat-of-arms images. Discusses Basque folklore and. The Basque language or Euskera is spoken in all of these territories, a pre-Indo-European language unrelated to any of the families of languages existing nowadays in Europe which is currently in a difficult situation and a minority language in its own Size: KB.
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Douglas W., R. Etulain & W. Jacobsen (eds.) () Anglo-American Contributions to Basque Studies: Essays in Honor of Jon Bilbao, Desert Research Institute Publications on the Social Sciences, 13, Reno, Nevada, USA. Anglo-American contributions to Basque studies: essays in honor of Jon Bilbao, edited by William A.
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Historical syntax and Basque verbal morphology: Two hypotheses. In Anglo-American Contributions to Basque Studies. Essays in Honor of Jon Bilbao, William A. Douglass, Richard W.
Etulain & William H. Jacobsen (eds), – Reno NV:. American contributions to Basque studies: essays in honor of Jon Bilbao, edited by William A.
Douglass, Richard W. Etulain, and William H. Jacobsen, Jr. The Basque Country is a land of fascinating paradoxes and enigmas. Home to one of Europe's oldest peoples and most mysterious languages, with a living folklore rich in archaic rituals and dances, it also boasts a dynamic modern energy, with the reinvention of Bilbao creating a model for the twenty-first-century city.
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Teeven: : Kindle Store.Anglo-American contributions to Basque studies: essays in honor of Jon Bilbao by William A Douglass (Book).Basque literature, the body of work, both oral and written, in the Basque language (Euskara) produced in the Basque Country autonomous community in northern Spain and the Basque Country region in southwestern France.
Oral tradition. The history of Basque oral literature is most evident in the verses and melodies of the bertsolariak (“versifiers”; singular bertsolari).