Article published in:
Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area
Vol. 41:1 (2018) ► pp. 4574
References

[ p. 73 ]References

Bradley, David
1979Proto-Loloish. London and Malmö: Curzon Press.Google Scholar
1995Grammaticalization of extent in Mran-Ni. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 18(1): 1–28.Google Scholar
1997Tibeto-Burman languages and classification. In D. Bradley (ed.), Tibeto-Burman Languages of the Himalayas, Papers in South East Asian linguistics, 1–71. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.Google Scholar
2001Language policy for the Yi. In H. Stevan (ed.), Perspectives on the Yi of Southwest China, 195–214. Berkeley: University of California Press.CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2009Language policy for China’s minorities: Orthography development for the Yi. Written Language & Literacy 12(2): 170–187.CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Chen, Chien-Chou
2009Ambiguity of le in Chinese: the perfective as well as imperfective. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 37(1): 108–129.Google Scholar
Chen, Kang, & Da Wu
1998Yiyu Yufa: The Shynra Dialect [Grammar of Nuosu: Based on Shynra dialect]. Beijing: Central Minzu University Press.Google Scholar
Chen, Kang
2010Yiyu fagnyan yanjiu [A study of Yi dialects]. Beijing: China Minzu University Press.Google Scholar
Chen, Shilin, Shiming Bian & Xiuqing Li
1985Yiyu jianzhi [A concise survey of Nuosu]. Beijing: Minzu Publishing House.Google Scholar
Dai, Qingxia & Ailan Fu
2002Zangmianyu de xing xiu ming yuxu [Word order of adjectival modification in Tibeto-Burman languages]. Zhongguo Yuwen [Linguistics in China] 4: 373–379.Google Scholar
Deng, Fengmin
2015Hanzangyu chabiju yanjiu [Comparatives of Sino-Tibetan languages]. Shanghai: Shanghai Shiji Publishing House.Google Scholar
Ding, Picus Sizhi
2012Black and white: A note on interpretation of the autonyms of Nosu and Prinmi. Paper presented at the The 6th International Conference on Yi-Burmese Languages and Linguistics (ICYBLL-6), Chengdu, China.
2014Grammar of Prinmi: Based on the central dialect of Northwest Yunnan, China. Leiden: Brill.CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gerner, Matthias
2013Grammar of Nuosu (MGL 64). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.CrossrefGoogle Scholar
He, Yaojun, Mingxuan Bai & Wuyi A’er
(eds.) 2008Yihan dacidian [Yi-Chinese dictionary]. Chengdu: Sichuan Minzu Press.Google Scholar
Hu, Suhua
2005Liangshan yiyu de chabiju [The sentence of differential comparison in Liangshan Yi language]. Minzu Yuwen [Minority Languages of China] 5: 39–44.Google Scholar
LaPolla, Randy J. & Chenglong Huang
2003A grammar of Qiang: With annotated texts and glossary. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2004Adjectives in Qiang. In Robert. M. W. Dixon & Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald (eds.), Adjective classes: A cross-linguistic typology, 306–322. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Lama, Ziwo
1998A phonetic and phonological overview of the Yi (Lolo) language. (Masters thesis), The University of Texas at Arlington.Google Scholar
2012Subgrouping of Nisoic (Yi) languages: A study from the perspectives of shared innovation and phylogenetic estimation. (PhD dissertation), University of Texas at Arlington.Google Scholar
[ p. 74 ]
Liu, Hongyong, Xiao Li & Seunghun Lee
2013Morphosyntax and semantics of Nuosu Yi comparatives. Journal of Sino-Tibetan Linguistics 7: 44–53.Google Scholar
Lustig, Anton
2010A grammar and dictionary of Zaiwa. Leiden & Boston: Brill.Google Scholar
Ma, Linying, Dennis Walters & Susan Walters
(eds.) 2007Nuosu Yi-Chinese-English glossary. Beijing: Minzu Publishing House.Google Scholar
Matisoff, James A.
1973The grammar of Lahu. Berkeley: University of California Press.Google Scholar
Mahei, Muga, & Changdao Yao
1993Yiwen zai liangshan de puji gei renmen de qishi [Enlightenment from the popularisation of Yi writing in Liangshan]. Minzu Languages [Minority Languages of China] 2: 39–42.Google Scholar
Munai, Reha
2015Ganluo minzu yuyan shiyong xianzhuang jiqi yanbian [The development and change of the use of minority languages in Ganluo]. Beijing: Commercial Press.Google Scholar
Qumu, Tiexi
2010Yiyu yinuohua yanjiu [A study of Nuosu Yynuo dialect]. Beijing: Minzu Press.Google Scholar
Xiao, Richard, & Tony McEnery
2004Aspect in Mandarin Chinese: A corpus-based study. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zhu, Wenxu
2005Yiyu fangyanxue [Yi dialectology]. Beijing: Central Minzu University Press.Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 1 other publications

Ding, Hongdi
2019. Chinese-dominant bilingualism. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 42:2  pp. 280 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 05 january 2021. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.