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A Typological Grammar of Panare

A Cariban Language of Venezuela

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Panare, also known as E'ñapa Woromaipu, is a seriously endangered Cariban language spoken by about 3,500 people in Central Venezuela. <i>A Typological Grammar of Panare</i> by Thomas E. Payne and Doris L. Payne, is a full length linguistic grammar, written from a modern functional/typological perspective.

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