The Semantics Of Time

The Semantics Of Time

Aspectual Categorization In Koyukon Athabaskan

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The languages of the Athabascan family are noted for their rich aspectual systems--inventories of grammatical forms that denote the nature of the action of a verb in relation to its beginning, duration, completion, or repetition, but without reference to its position in time. Koyukon is an Athabaskan language spoken along the Yukon and Koyukuk rivers in Alaska. Among Athabaskan languages, Koyukon has the most elaborate and profusely varied possibilities of morphologically marked derivational aspect.--
Publisher: Lincoln, NE : University of Nebraska Press 1993
ISBN: 9780803210325
Characteristics: xi, 199 p. ; 24 cm


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