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The Inter-Comparison of Manchu-Tungusic Languages

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DOI: 10.23977/langl.2019.21001 | Downloads: 5 | Views: 156

Author(s)

Qingge Chen 1

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1 Class 2AP3, Xi'an Gaoxin No.1 High School, Xi’an, China

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Qingge Chen

ABSTRACT

Manchu-Tungusic Languages, also called Tungusic Languages, refer to the languages spoken by Tungusic nations in East Siberia and Manchuria. Most languages in this language family belong to agglutinative languages. The typical word order is subject-object-verb. And they show complex systems of vowel harmony.

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Manchu-Tungusic Languages, Agglutinative Languages, Subject-object-verb

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Qingge, C., The Inter-Comparison of Manchu-Tungusic Languages, Lecture Notes on Language and Literature (2019) 2: 1-5.

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