Hakka grammar book

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hong

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Post by hong »

a phd thesis on hakka grammar
http://hwy.jnu.edu.cn/yingyong/zengyi.doc
石城(龙岗)客家方言语法研究 曾毅平

hong

Re: Hakka grammar book

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above link failhttp://huayuqiao.org/articles/zengyiping/zypjianjie.htm

hong

Re: Hakka grammar book

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From library catalog,there seems to be a hakka grammar book written by 罗肇锦 1984 客语语法 台湾学生


hong

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I think this bookshop sells a lot of hakka books
http://www.hanxue.net/sel1.asp

hong

Re: Hakka grammar book

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type search in hanzi kejia for books in above




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Post by ong »

I have a master degree thesis from china called meixian fangyan grammar( 4 M) .Anyone interested?

dylanwhsung

Post by dylanwhsung »

Yes please. It would be nice to see a treatment of grammar for Meixian.

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Post by ong »

What is your email?

dylanwhsung

Post by dylanwhsung »

Hi Ong,

My email address is

dylan at sungwh dot freeserve dot co dot uk

replacing

at with @
dot with .

and removing all the spaces.

Please put "WHS-NALYD" in the subject line, otherwise it all goes into the spam trap.

Cheers,
Dyl.

dylanwhsung

Post by dylanwhsung »

Thanks Ong,

If you've not recieved my email, the following is what I thought of the papers.

Of the two, I found the one about the different pronunciations around Meixian the most interesting. As you know, the area described by that paper is usually termed "Jiaying", and grouped together as a near homogenous Hakka speaking area. The tones of the area are fairly similar, and there is a good amount of agreement in the sounds, however the regional variation of certain words mean that this could give the listener and speaker some problems in communication.

The other file on the 'grammar' was more a list of sentence peculiarities, rather than a proper grammar, IMO, but, I did read someway in to find that the language there had items of vocabulary different to my own.

In all, they have been interesting papers, so thank you again for finding them and allowing me to read them.

Cheers,
Dyl.

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Post by ong »

Some people didn't sell their thesis ,there is why we don't have chance to read them
闽西永定客家方言虚词研究 李小华
http://www.hakka.cn/forum/thread.php?ti ... angxiuhong

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