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A Descriptive Grammar of Ket (Yenisei-Ostyak)

Part 1: Introduction, Phonology and Morphology

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Linguists and specialists are familiar with the name Ket, which designates a small ethnic group on the Yenisei and their language. Ket is a severely endangered language with today less than 500 native speakers. Together with Yugh, Kott, Arin, Assan and Pumpokol, it forms the Yeniseic family of languages, which has no known linguistic relatives.

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