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Thu Oct 13 2011

Qs: Works on Kurdish Syntax

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Message 1: Works on Kurdish Syntax
Date: 11-Oct-2011
From: Kajal Shohadaie <k.shohadaiegmail.com>
Subject: Works on Kurdish Syntax
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I am a student of M.A in linguistics. My mother tounge is Kurdish
(Ardalany
dialect). I would like to apply some of the syntactic theories to that
dialect of Kurdish. Has anyone previously done it? Or something similar to
it? Please help me find some related papers or strategies.

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax


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