Гоо, неизвестный язык манде

Abstract : Goo is South Mande language spoken by some 10,000 people in the Western Côte d'Ivoire. Genteically close languages are Tura (85% of common basic vocabulary in M.Swadesh's 100-wordlist) and Dan (79%). Goo has 4 level tones; its vocalic system has 4 degrees of aperture and a ATR contrast, but no vocalic harmony. A concize sketch of basic morphosyntax is presented, together with a 700-word vocabulary (with parallel forms in Dan-Gweetaa and Tura).
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Valentin Vydrin. Гоо, неизвестный язык манде. Zheltov, Alexandre. Антропология и лингвистика. Материалы петербургских экспедиций в Африку, Musée d'Anthropologie et d'Ethnographie, Académie des Sciences de la Russie, pp.67-127, 2014. ⟨halshs-01096626⟩

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