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DistDB - improving lexicon access for field linguists and phonologists, SOAS University of London
Describing Morphosyntax: A Guide for Field Linguists
In there were approximately 6, distinct languages spoken worldwide Grimes Approximately 4, of these have received little or no significant linguistic description. There are not enough professional linguists to accomplish the task of producing grammatical descriptions of these languages before many of them become extinct. Therefore, the task must be accomplished by field specialists, preferably native speakers of the languages being described. Describing Morphosyntax: a Guide for Field Linguists is one instrument designed to facilitate this task. The urgency of widespread descriptive linguistics at the present juncture in history is underscored by two worldwide trends.
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