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ERIC Number: ED014068
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 1
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UZBEK STRUCTURAL GRAMMAR. URALIC AND ALTAIC SERIES, VOLUME 18.
SJOBERG, ANDREE F.
THIS GRAMMAR OF THE UZBEK LANGUAGES, THE MOST IMPORTANT IN THE SOUTHEASTERN GROUP OF TURKIC LANGUAGES, IS BASED ON THE EDUCATED DIALECT OF TASHKENT IN UZBEKISTAN, USSR. UZBEK IS SPOKEN TODAY BY APPROXIMATELY SEVEN MILLION PEOPLE IN UZBEKISTAN AND ADJOINING REPUBLICS OF SOVIET CENTRAL ASIA, AND IN UZBEK COMMUNITIES SCATTERED THROUGHOUT THE MIDDLE EAST. THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF UZBEK AND ITS MAIN DIALECTS ARE DESCRIBED BRIEFLY IN THE INTRODUCTION, WHICH ALSO INCLUDES A SECTION OF NOTES AND REFERENCES TO MATERIALS ON UZBEK PUBLISHED IN ENGLISH, RUSSIAN, AND GERMAN. FOLLOWING SECTIONS DEAL WITH PHONOLOGY, PHONOTACTICS AND MORPHOPHONOLOGY, FORM AND FUNCTIONAL CLASSES, DERIVATION, INFLECTION, PHRASE STRUCTURE, AND CLAUSE STRUCTURE. TABLES IN THE TEXT PRESENT CONSONANT PHONEMES, ALLOPHONES OF THE VOWEL PHONEMES, AND THE UZBEK ALPHABET WITH CORRESPONDING CYRILLIC ORTHOGRAPHY AND PHONEMIC EQUIVALENTS. THIS TEXT IS PUBLISHED BY INDIANA UNIVERSITY AND MAY BE ORDERED FOR $3.50 FROM THE EDITOR, URALIC AND ALTAIC SERIES, RAYL HOUSE, INDIANA UNIVERSITY, BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA 47401. (AM)
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Authoring Institution: Indiana Univ., Bloomington.; American Council of Learned Societies, New York, NY.
Identifiers: TASHKENT DIALECT; USSR (Uzbekistan)