5 edition of The Structure of Evidential Categories in Wanka Quechua (SIL International and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics, vol.131) found in the catalog.
July 1, 1999
by SIL International
Written in English
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The structure of evidential categories in Wanka Rick Floyd. (Publications in linguistics ) Dallas: SIL/The University of Texas at Arlington, Author: Timothy Jowan Curnow. The Structure of Evidential Categories in Wanka Quechua (SIL International and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics, vol) [Rick Floyd] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Dallas, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics ; [Arlington]: University of. The author analyzes the Wanka Quechua evidential system using a cognitive view of grammar and applies this approach to issues of semantics and category structure.
About the Author Dr. Rick Floyd has studied the Wanka dialect of Quechua in the central Peruvian Andes since Quechua (/ ˈ k ɛ tʃ u ə /, US also / ˈ k ɛ tʃ w ɑː /; Spanish:), usually called Runasimi ("people's language") in Quechuan languages, is an indigenous language family spoken by the Quechua peoples, primarily living in the Peruvian, Bolivian and Ecuadorian Andes but also in other highlands of South America.
Derived from a common ancestral language, it is the most widely spoken Ethnicity: Quechua. The Structure of Evidential Categories in Wanka Quechua. Dallas, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics. Mushin, Ilana (). Evidentiality and Epistemological Stance. Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins North America.
Sanchez, Liliana (). Functional Convergence in the Tense, Evidentiality and Aspectual Systems of Quechua Spanish Bilinguals. Wanka Quechua is a variety of the Quechua language, spoken in the southern part of Peruvian region of Junín by the Huancas. Wanka Quechua belongs to Quechua I, like Ancash has aboutspeakers and three main dialects: Waylla Wanka in Huancayo and Chupaca provinces, Waycha Wanka in Concepción and Shawsha Wanka in Jauja.
Rodolfo Cerrón Palomino, a native Wanka ISO Either: qvw – Waylla Wanka, qxw – Shawsha. Rick Floyd (Ph.D., University of California in San Diego), has studied Wanka Quechua in the central Peruvian Andes since He has taught phonetics and other courses at several SIL schools and is a linguistic consultant of SIL Peru.
He is the author of The Structure of Evidential Categories in Wanka Quechua and numerous articles.4/5(17). The Structure of Evidential Categories in Wanka Quechua Summer Institute of Linguistics and University of Texas The Structure of Evidential Categories in Wanka Quechua.
Summer Institute of. The radial network of a grammatical category — its genesis and dynamic structure. MacLaury ), on evidential categories in Wanka Quechua retrieved from the book "Culture of Speech Author: Laura A Janda. Wanka Quechua. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Wanka Quechua ek bhasa hae.
The structure of evidential categories in Wanka Quechua. By RICK FLOYD. (Publications in linguistics ) Dallas: SIL/The University of Texas at Arlington, Pp. x, $ This is a carefully written, closely argued examination of the use of the three evidential markers in Wanka Quechua, spoken in and around the city of Huancayo, Peru.
This series is a venue for works covering a broad range of topics in linguistics, especially the analytical treatment of minority languages from all parts of the world. While most volumes are authored by staff of SIL International, suitable works by others occasionally form part of the series.
Note: From toPublications in Linguistics was published jointly by SIL. Rick Floyd (Ph.D., University of California in San Diego), has studied Wanka Quechua in the central Peruvian Andes since He has taught phonetics and other courses at several SIL schools and is a linguistic consultant of SIL Peru.
He is the author of The Structure of Evidential Categories in Wanka Quechua and numerous by: 7. Floyd, Rick. The Structure of Evidential Categories in Wanka Quechua.
Dallas, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics, Print. Hintz, Diane. “The evidential system in Sihuas Quechua: personal vs. shared knowledge” The Nature of Evidentiality Conference, The Netherlands, 14–16 June SIL International. Internet. 13 April OLAC resources in and about the Huaylla Wanca Quechua language: ISO The radial structure of the Wanka reportative.
Floyd, Rick. Cognitive Linguistics Research. oai: The structure of Wanka Quechua evidential categories. Floyd, Rick. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai: 2) In Modern Quechua dialects, like in Proto-Quechua, stops are generally voiceless and in most of them there is a contrast between velar [k] and uvular [q] r, in some Quechua II dialects [k] and [q] have merged into k, and in Quechua I [q] became a fricative or a glottal stop.
The distinction between palatal and retroflex affricates is preserved in some, but not all, dialects. Back to Contents - Skip to Next Section: Semantics Lexis and Derivational Morphology. Inflectional Morphology. Quechua is a classic agglutinating language, showing many of the typical characteristics of such languages.
(For a very good introduction to morphological typology, and the terms used below such as segmentability, fusion, invariance, incorporating and so on, see Comrie ( ch)). Ancash Quechua, or Huaylay (Waylay), is a Quechua variety, spoken in the department of Ancash by approximately 1, people.
Like Wanka Quechua, it belongs to Quechua I (according to Alfredo Torero. Classification. The Ancash Quechua varieties belong to the Quechua I branch of ISO Variously: qwa – Corongo, qwh –. Rick Floyd (Ph.D., University of California in San Diego) has studied Wanka Quechua in the central Peruvian Andes since He has taught phonetics and other courses at several SIL schools and is a linguistic consultant of SIL Peru.
He is the author of The Structure of Evidential Categories in Wanka Quechua and numerous articles. Epistemic modality and evidentiality are two categories that have not been clearly defined in the literature. In order to clarify the boundaries between them, I draw a detailed semantic map for Catalan modal verbs deure (‘must’), haver de (‘have to’) and poder (‘can/may’) in the Old period (11th–16th centuries).
On the one hand, the modals deure and haver de develop an evidential.The structure of evidential categories in Wanka Quechua. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics and University of Texas at Arlington.
Dallas: Summer Institute of Author: Vittorio Tantucci.Books shelved as quechua: Introduction to Quechua: Language of the Andes by Judith Noble, Pichka Harawikuna: Five Quechua Poets by Julio Noriega Bernuy.