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Table Of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Ethnographic setting
1.2 Genetic and areal relationships
1.3 Fieldworkers and speakers
1.4 Possible dialectal variation
1.5 Sources and publications
1.6 Grammatical sketch
1.7 Organization of this work
2. PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY
2.1 Phoneme inventory and orthography
2.1.1 Consonant inventory and allophonic variation
2.1.2 Vowel inventory and allophonic variation
2.2.3 Phonotactic place and co-occurrence restrictions
2.3 Stress and prosody
2.3.1 Stress
2.3.2 Prosodic units
2.4 Sound symbolism
2.5 Phonetics and phonology in areal-typological perspective
3. MORPHOPHONEMIC ALTERNATIONS
3.1 Pronominal alternations
Table 3: Pronominal affix by verb stem class (following Harrington 020-1109)
Table 4: Pronominal affixes including initial stem vowel by verb stem class
3.2 Negation and imperatives
3.2.1 Negation
3.2.2 Imperatives
3.3 Other alternations
3.3.1 Stem shapes: Deletion of final vowel
3.3.1 Aspectual suffixes
3.3.3 Locative and directional affixes
3.3.4 Metathesis
3.3.5 Affixes with initial consonant clusters
3.3.6 Suffixes with the initial vowel /a/
3.3.8 Possessive markers
3.3.9 The derivative -Vˀ
3.4 Morphophonemics in areal-typological perspective
4. WORD CLASSES
4.1 Nouns
4.1.1 Common nouns and proper nouns
4.1.2 Placenames
4.2 Pronouns
4.2.1 Personal pronouns
4.2.2 Interrogative pronouns
4.2.3 Demonstrative pronouns
4.3 Demonstrative determiners
4.4 Adjectives
4.5 Numerals and quantifiers
4.5.1 Numerals
4.5.2 Quantifiers
4.6 Verbs
4.7 Adverbs
4.8 Closed small classes of words
4.8.1 Copula
4.8.2 Adpositions
4.8.3 Particles
4.8.4 Evidentials and discourse markers
4.8.5 Connectives
4.8.6 Interjections
4.8.7 Clitics
4.8.8 Other word classes
4.9 Word classes in areal-typological perspective
5. NOUN MORPHOLOGY
5.1 Inflectional morphology
5.1.1 Possession
5.1.2 Definite suffix
5.1.3 Locative suffixes
5.1.4 Nominal syntactic relations
5.1.5 Modal suffixes
5.1.6 Other nominal affixes
5.2 Derivational morphology
5.2.1 Derivational suffixes
5.2.2 Compounding
5.2.3 Reduplication
5.2.4 Verbalization
5.3 Kinship terms
5.4 Placenames
5.8 Noun morphology in areal-typological perspective
6. PRONOUN MORPHOLOGY
6.1 Morphological structure of personal pronouns
6.2 Definite –ot with personal and demonstrative pronouns
6.3 Roots and affixes in demonstrative and interrogative pronouns
6.4 Verbalization
6.5 Pronoun morphology in areal-typological perspective
7. ADJECTIVE MORPHOLOGY
7.1 Verbal morphology with adjectival roots and stems
7.2 Comparatives and superlatives
7.3 Other suffixes
8. VERB MORPHOLOGY
8.1 Inflectional morphology
8.1.1 Pronominal reference
Table 2: Pronominal affixes including initial stem vowel by verb stem class
Table 3: Pronominal affixes for all verb stems
8.1.2 Tense and aspect
8.1.3 Mood
8.2 Derivational morphology
8.2.1 Reflexives and reciprocals
8.2.2 Applicatives
8.2.3 Causatives
8.2.4 Indefinite third person plural agent
8.2.5 Noun incorporation
8.2.6 Reduplication
8.2.7 Nominalization
8.2.8 Instrumental affixes
8.2.9 Directional affixes
8.2.10 Suffix –ma of unclear meaning
8.3 Verb morphology in areal-typological perspective
9. SIMPLE SENTENCES
9.1 Constituent order
9.2 Argument structure
9.2.2 Transitivity
9.2.3 Core versus oblique
9.2.4 Argument structure alternations and voice
9.3 Intransitive sentences
9.3.1 Agents and patients
9.3.2 Predicate adjectives
9.3.3 Predicate nominals
9.4 Transitive sentences
9.5 Ditransitive sentences
9.6 Noun phrases
9.6.1 Definiteness
9.7 Verb phrases
9.7.2 Dependency
9.8 Sentence structure in areal-typological perspective
10. QUESTIONS
10.1 Yes/no questions
10.2 Question-word questions
10.3 Answers
10.4 Question formation in areal-typological perspective
11. NEGATION
11.1 Clausal negation
11.2 Negative imperatives and admonitives
11.3 Negative existential and possessive clauses
11.4 Negative conditionals
11.5 Negative questions and answers
11.7 Negation in areal-typological perspective
12. COMPLEX SENTENCES
12.1 Coordination
12.2 Complementation
12.2.1 Complementation strategies
12.3 Relative clauses
12.4 Adverbial clauses
12.4.2 Conditionals
12.5 Complex sentences in areal-typological perspective
13. DISCOURSE STRUCTURE
13.1 Couplets and information flow
13.2 Discourse structure in areal-typological perspective
14. SUMMARY: CHIMARIKO IN AREAL-TYPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
APPENDICES
i. Narratives
i.i Introduction to the narratives
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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