Difference between revisions of "Miyako"

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**This book discusses the causes of the Ryukyuan language crisis and the efforts that have been made towards revitalisation.
 
**This book discusses the causes of the Ryukyuan language crisis and the efforts that have been made towards revitalisation.
 
*Japanese Dialects and Ryukyuan in ''The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim.''  Oxford, 2007.  https://catalog.tricolib.brynmawr.edu/find/Record/.b3331181
 
*Japanese Dialects and Ryukyuan in ''The Vanishing Languages of the Pacific Rim.''  Oxford, 2007.  https://catalog.tricolib.brynmawr.edu/find/Record/.b3331181
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**This has a brief overview of the history of the dialects of Japanese.
 
*Language Loss and Revitalization in the Ryukyu Islands http://apjjf.org/-Patrick-Heinrich/1596/article.html
 
*Language Loss and Revitalization in the Ryukyu Islands http://apjjf.org/-Patrick-Heinrich/1596/article.html
 
**This article discusses language loss and the obstacles faced in revitalisation
 
**This article discusses language loss and the obstacles faced in revitalisation
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**This is a look at what should be considered the base form of the verb in Miyako.
 
**This is a look at what should be considered the base form of the verb in Miyako.
 
*Heinrich, Patrick et. al. Handbook of the Ryukyuan languages : history, structure, and use.
 
*Heinrich, Patrick et. al. Handbook of the Ryukyuan languages : history, structure, and use.
**Available at UPenn.
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**I have requested this through ILL.
  
 
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