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Bhāsā ca kāʺ sutesana / Dokʻtā ʾOṅʻ Mraṅʻʹ Ūʺ
Bib ID 5017673
Format BookBook
Author
ʾOṅʻ Mraṅʻʹ Ūʺ Dokʻtā
 
Description Ranʻ kunʻ : Dhū vaṃ Cā upʻ Taikʻ; [2010] 
272 p. ; 25 cm. 
Series

Burmese collection social sciences, sociology & anthropology

Summary

Collected articles on sociolinguistic research of Burmese. Topics covered include the emergence of a Burmese system of writing, comparison of Pagan era and modern writing styles, Burmese classifiers, alphabets of different languages in Myanmar, ancient rock engravings at the Yangon University, changing everyday usage of Burmese, Yangon colloquialisms, code mixing in Burmese, whether Burmese has genuine adverbs or not, and ancient Burmese dialects.

Notes

In Burmese.

Author: Dr. Aung Myint Oo

Bibliographies: p. 18-20, 33-34, 52, 83, 96-97, 108, 164-165, 178, 191, 208, 222-223, 253-254

Subjects Burmese language  |  Burmese language -- Grammar.  |  Sociolinguistics.

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