grammar

TAM
Under this node recordings are archived that were specifically made for the investigation of intonation.
aspects of nominal morphology
Some onomatopoetica are elicited (e.g. I sneezed, I/you/they snore, I kiss you, I whistle, I fart, I have the hiccups, the cow is mooing). Some little phrases like "my nose is running" or "my tears are running" are also elicited.
Some onomatopoetica are elicited (e.g. I sneezed, I/you/they snore, I kiss you, I whistle, I fart, I have the hiccups, the cow is mooing). Some little phrases like "my nose is running" or "my tears are running" are also elicited.
Some onomatopoetica are elicited (e.g. to sneeze, to snore, to spit, to clap, to whistle, to squeak).
Some onomatopoetica are elicited (e.g. to sneeze, to snore, to spit, to clap, to whistle, to squeak).
Different sounds of animals are elicited (e.g. to bark, to moo) and also some other onomatopoetica are elicited (e.g. to snore, to yawn).
Different sounds of animals are elicited (e.g. to bark, to moo) and also some other onomatopoetica are elicited (e.g. to snore, to yawn).
Different sounds of animals are elicited and also some other onomatopoetica are elicited (e.g. to snore, to sneeze). Some parts of the paradigm of "to whisper".
Different sounds of animals are elicited and also some other onomatopoetica are elicited (e.g. to snore, to sneeze). Some parts of the paradigm of "to whisper".

Citation

Gabriele Mueller, Julia Colleen Miller, Pat Moore, Dagmar Jung, and Olga Charlotte Müller. (2005 - 2009). Item "grammar" in collection "Beaver Archive". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0001-34C6-7. (Accessed 2022-08-11)

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