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Justin Watkins
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The Australian National University (2005)
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Message 1: Studies in Burmese Linguistics: Watkins (Ed) Date: 25-Jan-2006 From: Julie Manley

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I first became Lecturer in Burmese at SOAS in 1999, and currently teach a range of courses in Burmese, Khmer and Phonetics

Records of written Burmese go back approximately 1000 years. In the early part of the 2nd millennium . JOHN OKELL and ANNA ALLOTT: Burmese/Myanmar dictionary of grammatical forms.

Studies in Burmese linguistics. Dictionary of Wa (2 vols): With Translations into English, Burmese and Chinese.

Justin W. Watkins Department of South East Asia, School of Oriental and African Studies. —tkinsD tF ‡. (2000). Notes on creaky and killed tone in Burmese. SOAS Working Papers in Linguistics 10, 139±149. In English, & and & are also known as & and & as &. London: Department of Linguistics, School of Oriental and African Studies.

This study aims at representing discourse structuring strategies of narration in written colloquial Burmese as consisting of three principal categories . In Justin Watkins (e., Studies in Burmese linguistics, 105–124. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

This study aims at representing discourse structuring strategies of narration in written colloquial Burmese as consisting of three principal categories, mobilized to reveal different aspects of the otherwise concealed presence of speech act participants. This results in a deviation of the narration from its typical form of untouched retelling of objectively represented events along three parameters: (a) remoteness vs. here-and-now relevance, (b) objective vs. subjective representation and (c) monologue vs. dialogic settings of communication.

Burmese: An Essential Grammar is the ideal reference grammar for all learners of Burmese, whether class-based or independent, looking to progress beyond beginner level.

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Studies in Burmese Linguistics' is a unique collection of articles dedicated to the linguistics of Burmese, a major language of South East Asia with perhaps forty million speakers, more than any other language in the diverse Tibeto-Burman language family. The articles cover various sub-disciplines within linguistics which will be of general interest to a broad constituency of linguists, including the phonology and the phonetics of constituent focus, a synchronic and diachronic treatment of reflexives, a discussion of optionality in morphosyntax, an analysis of the grammaticalisation of the verb 'give' as a causativiser, three complementary articles on the verbal tense-mode-aspect system and two on Old Burmese, the language of 11-13th Century inscriptions. There is also a report of a major German- Burmese lexicography project.

The contributors were invited to write on research topics of their own choosing, making the volume a representative of current research on Burmese rather than a systematic linguistic survey of the language. While not all the articles are theory-neutral, the book has been edited to ensure accessibility to a broad readership, as well as consistent transcription, transliteration and linguistic glossing across all the articles.