Difference between revisions of "Miyako"

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*The Ryukyus and the New, But Endangered, Languages of Japan.  http://apjjf.org/-Patrick-Heinrich/3138/article.html
 
*The Ryukyus and the New, But Endangered, Languages of Japan.  http://apjjf.org/-Patrick-Heinrich/3138/article.html
 
**This article discusses the ramifications of the 2009 UNESCO decision to consider Ryukyuan languages as separate from Japanese.
 
**This article discusses the ramifications of the 2009 UNESCO decision to consider Ryukyuan languages as separate from Japanese.
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*http://languagesindanger.eu/book-of-knowledge/list-of-languages/miyako/
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**This page is a brief introduction to Miyako and provides links to other resources.
  
  
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*Pragmatic factors in the development of a switch-adjective language: A case study of the Miyako Hirara dialect of Ryukyuan in ''Parts of speech: Empirical and theoretical advances'' Philadelphia, 2010.  https://catalog.tricolib.brynmawr.edu/find/Record/.b3852868
 
*Pragmatic factors in the development of a switch-adjective language: A case study of the Miyako Hirara dialect of Ryukyuan in ''Parts of speech: Empirical and theoretical advances'' Philadelphia, 2010.  https://catalog.tricolib.brynmawr.edu/find/Record/.b3852868
 
**This paper is a case study of adjectives in the Hirara dialect of Miyako
 
**This paper is a case study of adjectives in the Hirara dialect of Miyako
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==Dictionaries==
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*http://language.psy.auckland.ac.nz/austronesian/language.php?id=455
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**This has a wordlist of about 150
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*http://133.13.160.25/rlang/myk/index.html
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**This is a Miyako-Japanese dictionary.
  
  

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