Even by Andrej L. Malchukov

By Andrej L. Malchukov

The current paintings presents a concise grammatical description of Even, one of many Tungusic languages of Siberia. This grammatical comic strip differs from the former works on Even grammar in that 1) it really is restricted to synchronic description, 2) it foregrounds the sensible facets of grammar, three) it specializes in these issues which are of curiosity from a typological perspective.

Show description

Read Online or Download Even PDF

Best growing up & facts of life books

Richard Wright: books and writers

This bibliography of Richard Wright's library and analyzing serves as a key to realizing the improvement, philosophies, and aesthetics of this nice author and offers exact info for the research of intertextuality in his works. Richard Wright, born in Mississippi in 1908, was once mostly self-taught.

Handy Health Guide to Your Teeth

Have you had a hollow space? discover what cavities are, and the way to avoid them during this name within the convenient future health publications sequence. Authors Alvin and Viriginia Silverstein and Laura Silverstein Nunn study why our the teeth are very important, and the way to maintain them.

Cool Filled Cupcakes. Fun & Easy Baking Recipes for Kids!

Youngsters will love making an attempt their hand at baking the most flexible and engaging meals. refill with Cool crammed Cupcakes. Fill your cupcakes with cookie dough, pudding, or perhaps fruit with the recipes during this booklet! Cupcakes make a scrumptious candy deal with any time of day. comprises full-page spreads on elements and instruments to aid make baking effortless!

Handy Health Guide to Diabetes

Diabetes impacts humans in all age teams. The convenient healthiness advisor TO DIABETES explores what this sickness is, the differing kinds of diabetes, checking out for it, and treating it. Authors Alvin and Virigina Silverstein and Laura Silverstein Nunn make it effortless to appreciate this subject.

Additional info for Even

Sample text

We wandered through the market, looking at the fruits and sundries. Sellers thrust their wares at us and followed us when we didn’t buy them. I spent no money, in spite of the fact I could have spared a penny or two. I was saving my first week’s wages to pay Will back. When time came to return to the barracks, I was a little sorry. Emma was so disappointed she looked like she’d burst out crying any minute and went straight to her 46 bunk without a word to anyone. The next day an awful smell came in through the gaps in the windows.

I wanted to hear what she had to say. “It’s all right,” she gasped. “Nothing to worry about. It sounds much worse than it is. ” I didn’t know if she was telling the truth, but it was enough to quiet everyone down. The constant vomiting stopped by the third day, partly because although the storm continued it wasn’t quite so fierce, but mainly because no one had any food left in their stomachs. I was afraid some of the worse ones might die. One or two looked so pale and thin I couldn’t see how they would live.

I went over to close the one window we’d opened, hoping it would make the awful smell go away. As I fastened the latch, I stopped and stared. Our windows looked out over the Bosporus, and when it was clear we could see all the way over to Istanbul. It wasn’t clear that day, but in the distance I could just make out two ships coming into port, not from the direction of the Sea of Marmara, but from the Black Sea. ” I said. The others all crowded round. “They’re the ships carrying wounded from Balaclava,” Mr.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.39 of 5 – based on 47 votes