Description: Ilokano is an Austronesian language spoken by about 9 million people mainly in
Northern Luzon, Philippines. Ilokano is an agglutinating language and has a word order of VSO.
1. In the genitive set, why do the 1.SG and 2SG pronouns undergo a change and not the
2. Why do those pronouns drop the o in certain verbs, but not in others?
3. Are there any
Erna Marie Alonzo
Ilokano is a language spoken by about nine million people. It is an Austronesian language, and is
spoken in the Philippines, mainly in Northern Luzon.(Rubino, 2000) Ilokano is also spoken in
other parts of
Are Malay verb circumfix really circumfixes?
- Description of the phenomenon under investigation
circumfixes in Malay are known as 'kata imbuhan apitan', literally flanking suffix. While prescriptive
grammar classifies them as circumfixes, there is eviden
22 Jan 2014
1. Verb roots: