Phrase structure is the division of sentence into parts, or constituents, and the division of these constituents into subparts. For instance, the sentence “The boy went to the forest”, as represented in the table below, is made of two main constituents, “The boy” and “went to the forest”. The second [...]
Dusun Subject and Verb Agreement – Featuring PPISMP TESL SEM II
My second day at work and I am already feeling very exhausted. I was in PPISMP TESL class this morning, a grueling 2-hour lecture and [...]
Dusun Derivational Morphemes
Let’s start with the most basics of the Dusun Language word structure – the morphemes. We will first attempt to look into the English Derivational morphemes and later try to compare that to the equivalent Dusun structure.
English Derivational Morphemes
Derivational morphemes [...]
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Is Dusun an agglutinative language?
Is Dusun an agglutinative language? Most new words in the Austronesian group of languages can be formed through affixation (prefix, infix, suffix and circumfix), through composition to form compound words and reduplication – repetition of words or portion of words.
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