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Edition
  • Second edition.
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  • xxx, 1018 pages ; 25 cm.
Published
  • Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon New York, NY Routledge, [2017]
Language
  • English

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Title
  • The Sino-Tibetan languages /​ edited by Graham Thurgood and Randy J. LaPolla.
Other Authors
  • Thurgood, Graham, (editor.)
  • LaPolla, Randy J., (editor.)
Edition
  • Second edition.
Published
  • Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon New York, NY Routledge, [2017]
Content Types
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Physical Description
  • xxx, 1018 pages ; 25 cm.
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Contents
  • ch. 1 Sino-Tibetan: genetic and areal subgroups
  • 1.Introduction /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 2.Sino-Tibetan /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 3.Chinese /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 4.Lolo-Burmese branch [Burmese-Lolo] /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 5.Bodish: Tibetan, East Bodish, Tshangla, and probably Tamangic /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 6.Qiangic languages /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 7.The 'Sal' languages /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 8.The Northeastern border area /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 9.The 'Rung' languages /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 10.Rawang and related languages [Nungish] /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 11.Kiranti /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 12.West Himalayan group /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 13.The Kham, Magar, and Chepang languages /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 14.The Karenic branch /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 15.Tani (Mirish) /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 16.Kamengic [Puroik, less often Puroit, etc.] /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 17.Idu-Digaru (Tawra) /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 18.Kaman-Meyor [Midzuish] /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 19.Koro-Milang /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 20.Raute, Raji /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 21.Unsubgrouped languages /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 22.Conclusion /​ Graham Thurgood
  • ch. 2 Overview of Sino-Tibetan morphosyntax /​ Graham Thurgood
  • 1.Sino-Tibetan /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 2.Sinitic /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 3.Tibeto-Burman /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • ch. 3 Word order in Sino-Tibetan languages from a typological and geographical perspective /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 1.Introduction /​ Matthew S. Dryer
  • 2.Word order in Tibeto-Burman /​ Matthew S. Dryer
  • 3.Chinese /​ Matthew S. Dryer
  • 4.Conclusion /​ Matthew S. Dryer
  • ch. 4 The Sinitic languages: phonology /​ Matthew S. Dryer
  • 1.Introduction /​ Zev Handel
  • 2.Synchronic phonology: features of modern Chinese varieties /​ Zev Handel
  • 3.Diachronic phonology: features of historic Chinese varieties and developmental trends /​ Zev Handel
  • 4.Conclusion /​ Zev Handel
  • ch. 5 The Sinitic languages: grammar /​ Zev Handel
  • 1.Introduction /​ Anne O. Yue
  • 2.Grammatical categories /​ Anne O. Yue
  • 3.Sentence structure and word order /​ Anne O. Yue
  • 4.Major sentence types /​ Anne O. Yue
  • ch. 6 The characteristics of Mandarin dialects /​ Anne O. Yue
  • 1.Mandarin dialects in historical development /​ Dah-an Ho
  • 2.Some characteristics of Mandarin dialects /​ Dah-an Ho
  • 3.The regional characteristics of Mandarin dialects /​ Dah-an Ho
  • ch. 7 Cantonese /​ Dah-an Ho
  • 1.Introduction /​ Robert S. Bauer /​ Stephen Matthews
  • 2.Phonology /​ Robert S. Bauer /​ Stephen Matthews
  • 3.Cantonese lexicon and script /​ Robert S. Bauer /​ Stephen Matthews
  • 4.Grammar /​ Robert S. Bauer /​ Stephen Matthews
  • 5.Conclusion /​ Robert S. Bauer /​ Stephen Matthews
  • ch. 8 Shanghainese /​ Stephen Matthews /​ Robert S. Bauer
  • 1.Shanghai phonology /​ Eric Zee /​ Liejiong Xu
  • 2.Shanghai morphology and syntax /​ Eric Zee /​ Liejiong Xu
  • ch. 9 Chinese writing /​ Eric Zee /​ Liejiong Xu
  • 1.Structure and function /​ Mark Hansell
  • 2.Historical development /​ Mark Hansell
  • 3.Writing as evidence in historical reconstruction /​ Mark Hansell
  • 4.Relation to other languages /​ Mark Hansell
  • ch. 3.1 Languages of NE India /​ Mark Hansell
  • ch. 10 The Tibeto-Burman languages of Northeast India /​ Mark Hansell
  • 1.Introduction /​ Robbins Burling /​ Mark W. Post
  • 2.Previous research /​ Mark W. Post /​ Robbins Burling
  • 3.Nomenclature /​ Mark W. Post /​ Robbins Burling
  • 4.Typology /​ Mark W. Post /​ Robbins Burling
  • 5.Classification /​ Robbins Burling /​ Mark W. Post
  • 6.Conclusions /​ Mark W. Post /​ Robbins Burling
  • ch. 11 Garo /​ Mark W. Post /​ Robbins Burling
  • 1.Introduction /​ Robbins Burling
  • 2.Phonology /​ Robbins Burling
  • 3.Verbs /​ Robbins Burling
  • 4.Noun phrases /​ Robbins Burling
  • 5.Adverbs and reduplication /​ Robbins Burling
  • 6.Complex sentences /​ Robbins Burling
  • 7.Language contact and language maintenance /​ Robbins Burling
  • ch. 12 Hakha Lai /​ Robbins Burling
  • 1.Introduction /​ David A. Peterson
  • 2.Phonology /​ David A. Peterson
  • 3.Inflectional morphology /​ David A. Peterson
  • 4.Syntax /​ David A. Peterson
  • ch. 13 Mongsen Ao /​ David A. Peterson
  • 1.Overview of Ao dialects /​ Alexander R. Coupe
  • 2.Genetic affiliation /​ Alexander R. Coupe
  • 3.Phonology /​ Alexander R. Coupe
  • 4.Suprasegmental features /​ Alexander R. Coupe
  • 5.Word formation processes /​ Alexander R. Coupe
  • 6.Morphosyntax /​ Alexander R. Coupe
  • ch. 14 Karbi /​ Alexander R. Coupe
  • 1.Introduction /​ Linda Konnerth
  • 2.Phonology /​ Linda Konnerth
  • 3.Word classes /​ Linda Konnerth
  • 4.Morphology /​ Linda Konnerth
  • 5.Syntax /​ Linda Konnerth
  • ch. 15 Tani languages /​ Linda Konnerth
  • 1.Introduction /​ Mark W. Post /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • 2.Genealogy and subgrouping /​ Mark W. Post /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • 3.Phonology /​ Mark W. Post /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • 4.Morphology /​ Mark W. Post /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • 5.Syntax /​ Mark W. Post /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • ch. 16 Meitei Shobhana /​ Mark W. Post /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • 1.Location and classification /​ L. Chelliah
  • 2.Phonetics and phonology /​ L. Chelliah
  • 3.Morphology /​ L. Chelliah
  • 4.Major lexical categories /​ L. Chelliah
  • 5.Evidentiality and epistemic modality /​ L. Chelliah
  • 6.Syntax /​ L. Chelliah
  • ch. 17 Tangsa /​ L. Chelliah
  • 1.Introduction /​ Stephen D. Morey
  • 2.Writing /​ Stephen D. Morey
  • 3.Phonology /​ Stephen D. Morey
  • 4.Morphology /​ Stephen D. Morey
  • ch. 3.2 Bodish languages /​ Stephen D. Morey
  • ch. 18 Classical Tibetan /​ Stephen D. Morey
  • 1.Old and classical Tibetan /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 2.Phonology /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 3.Nominals and the noun phrase /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 4.Verbs /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 5.Clause and sentence /​ Scott DeLancey
  • ch. 19 Lhasa Tibetan /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 1.Tibetic languages /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 3.Nominals and the noun phrase /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 4.The verb /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 5.Word formation /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 6.Syntax /​ Scott DeLancey
  • ch. 20 Kurtop /​ Scott DeLancey
  • 1.Introduction /​ Gwendolyn Hyslop
  • 2.Background /​ Gwendolyn Hyslop
  • 3.Phonology /​ Gwendolyn Hyslop
  • 4.Morphosyntax /​ Gwendolyn Hyslop
  • 5.Evidentiality and related categories /​ Gwendolyn Hyslop
  • ch. 21 Tshangla /​ Gwendolyn Hyslop
  • 1.Introduction /​ Erik Andvik
  • 2.Phonology /​ Erik Andvik
  • 3.Morphophonemics /​ Erik Andvik
  • 4.Noun phrases /​ Erik Andvik
  • 5.Syntactic roles /​ Erik Andvik
  • 6.Case marking /​ Erik Andvik
  • 7.Tense/​aspect /​ Erik Andvik
  • 8.Negation /​ Erik Andvik
  • 9.Mirativity /​ Erik Andvik
  • 10.Copular clauses /​ Erik Andvik
  • 11.Modality and sentence-types /​ Erik Andvik
  • 12.Relative clauses /​ Erik Andvik
  • 13.Complementation /​ Erik Andvik
  • 14.Adverbial clauses /​ Erik Andvik
  • 15.Clause chains /​ Erik Andvik
  • 16.Concatenation /​ Erik Andvik
  • 17.Grammaticalized non-final verbs /​ Erik Andvik
  • ch. 22 Dolakha Newar /​ Erik Andvik
  • 1.Introduction /​ Carol Genetti
  • 2.Phonology /​ Carol Genetti
  • 3.Morphology /​ Carol Genetti
  • 4.Verbs /​ Carol Genetti
  • 5.Syntax /​ Carol Genetti
  • 6.Narrative text /​ Carol Genetti
  • ch. 23 Kathmandu Newar (Nepal Bhasa) /​ Carol Genetti
  • 1.Introduction /​ David Hargreaves
  • 2.Phonology /​ David Hargreaves
  • 3.Inflectional morphology /​ David Hargreaves
  • 4.Word formation /​ David Hargreaves
  • 5.Syntax /​ David Hargreaves
  • ch. 3.3 Tamangic /​ David Hargreaves
  • ch. 24 Tamang /​ David Hargreaves
  • 1.Introduction /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 2.Phonology /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 3.Typological summary /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 4.Basic sentences /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 5.The noun phrase /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 6.The verb phrase /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 7.Complex sentences /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 8.Comparison /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 9.Questions /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 10.Information structure /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • ch. 25 Chantyal /​ Martine Mazaudon
  • 1.Introduction /​ Michael Noonan /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt
  • 2.Phonology /​ Michael Noonan /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt
  • 3.Morphology /​ Michael Noonan /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt
  • 4.Word formation /​ Michael Noonan /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt
  • 5.Syntax /​ Michael Noonan /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt
  • ch. 26 Manange /​ Michael Noonan /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt
  • 1.Introduction and typological summary /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt /​ Oliver Bond
  • 2.Phonology /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt /​ Oliver Bond
  • 3.Word formation, word classes and nominal morphology /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt /​ Oliver Bond
  • 4.Verb complex and simple clause structure /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt /​ Oliver Bond
  • 5.Clause combining /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt /​ Oliver Bond
  • ch. 27 Nar-Phu /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt /​ Oliver Bond
  • 1.Introduction /​ Michael Noonan /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt
  • ch. 3.4 Rung languages /​ Michael Noonan /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt
  • ch. 3.4.1 Rgyalrong languages /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt /​ Michael Noonan
  • ch. 28 Tshobdun rGyalrong /​ Michael Noonan /​ Kristine A. Hildebrandt
  • 1.Background /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • 2.Phonology /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • 3.Morphology /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • 4.Syntax /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • ch. 29 Cogtse rGyalrong /​ Jackson T.S. Sun
  • 1.Introduction /​ Yasuhiko Nagano
  • 2.Outline of phonology /​ Yasuhiko Nagano
  • 3.Morphology and morphosyntax /​ Yasuhiko Nagano
  • ch. 30 Stau (Ergong, Horpa) /​ Yasuhiko Nagano
  • 1.Introduction /​ Guillaume Jacques /​ Lai Yunfan /​ Lobsang Nima /​ Anton Antonov
  • 2.Phonology /​ Guillaume Jacques /​ Lai Yunfan /​ Anton Antonov /​ Lobsang Nima
  • 3.Verbal morphology /​ Guillaume Jacques /​ Lai Yunfan /​ Lobsang Nima /​ Anton Antonov
  • 4.Noun phrase /​ Guillaume Jacques /​ Lai Yunfan /​ Anton Antonov /​ Lobsang Nima
  • 5.Nominalization /​ Lai Yunfan /​ Guillaume Jacques /​ Anton Antonov /​ Lobsang Nima
  • 6.Complementation /​ Lai Yunfan /​ Guillaume Jacques /​ Anton Antonov /​ Lobsang Nima
  • 7.Evidentiality /​ Guillaume Jacques /​ Lai Yunfan /​ Lobsang Nima /​ Anton Antonov
  • 8.Classification /​ Guillaume Jacques /​ Anton Antonov /​ Lai Yunfan /​ Lobsang Nima
  • ch. 31 Japhug /​ Lai Yunfan /​ Guillaume Jacques /​ Anton Antonov /​ Lobsang Nima
  • 1.Introduction /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • 2.Phonology /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • 3.Verbal morphology /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • 4.Nominal morphology /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • 5.The noun phrase /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • 6.Simple clauses /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • 7.Comparative /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • 8.Relativization /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • 9.Complementation /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • ch. 3.4.2 Rawang-Dulong-Anong /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • ch. 32 Dulong /​ Guillaume Jacques
  • 1.Introduction /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 2.Phonology /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 3.Morphosyntax /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • ch. 3.4.3 Kiranti /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • ch. 33 Kiranti languages /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 1.Introduction /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 2.Phonology /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 3.Non-verbal morphology /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 4.The verb /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 5.Transitivity frames and diatheses /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 6.Other case frames /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 7.Nominalization /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 8.Subordinate clauses /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 9.Information structure and focus /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • ch. 34 Hayu /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 3.Morphophonology /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 4.Verb morphology /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 5.Non-verbal morphology and word classes /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 6.Syntax /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 7.Information structure and discourse particles /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 8.The noun phrase /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • ch. 35 Belhare /​ Boyd Michailovsky
  • 1.Introduction /​ Balthasar Bickel
  • 2.Phonology /​ Balthasar Bickel
  • 3.Inflectional morphology /​ Balthasar Bickel
  • 4.Derivational morphology and compounding /​ Balthasar Bickel
  • 5.Syntax /​ Balthasar Bickel
  • ch. 36 Camling /​ Balthasar Bickel
  • 1.Introduction /​ Karen H. Ebert
  • 2.Phonology /​ Karen H. Ebert
  • 3.Nominals /​ Karen H. Ebert
  • 4.The verb /​ Karen H. Ebert
  • 5.Syntax /​ Karen H. Ebert
  • ch. 37 Wambule Rai /​ Karen H. Ebert
  • 1.Introduction /​ Jean Robert Opgenort
  • 2.Phonology /​ Jean Robert Opgenort
  • 3.Morphophonology /​ Jean Robert Opgenort
  • 4.Nominal morphology /​ Jean Robert Opgenort
  • 5.Verbal morphology /​ Jean Robert Opgenort
  • 6.Syntax and clause combinations /​ Jean Robert Opgenort
  • ch. 3.4.4 Western Himalayan /​ Jean Robert Opgenort
  • ch. 38 Sangla Kinnauri /​ Jean Robert Opgenort
  • 1.Introduction /​ Anju Saxena
  • 2.Phonology /​ Anju Saxena
  • 3.Noun phrase /​ Anju Saxena
  • 4.Structure of the clause /​ Anju Saxena
  • ch. 3.5 Qiangic /​ Anju Saxena
  • ch. 39 Qiang /​ Anju Saxena
  • 1.The phonological system /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 2.The noun phrase /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 3.Nominal relational morphology /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 4.The verb complex /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 5.Adverbials /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 6.The clause /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • ch. 40 Prinmi /​ Randy J. LaPolla
  • 1.Introduction /​ Picus Sizhi Ding
  • 2.Phonology /​ Picus Sizhi Ding
  • 3.Morphology /​ Picus Sizhi Ding
  • 4.Syntax /​ Picus Sizhi Ding
  • ch. 41 Tangut /​ Picus Sizhi Ding
  • 1.Introduction /​ Gong Hwang-cherng
  • 2.Phonology /​ Gong Hwang-cherng
  • 3.Morphology /​ Gong Hwang-cherng
  • 4.Word formation /​ Gong Hwang-cherng
  • 5.Syntax /​ Gong Hwang-cherng
  • ch. 42 Lizu (Ersu) /​ Gong Hwang-cherng
  • 1.Introduction /​ Katia Chirkova
  • 2.Phonology /​ Katia Chirkova
  • 3.Morphology /​ Katia Chirkova
  • 4.The noun phrase /​ Katia Chirkova
  • 5.The verb phrase /​ Katia Chirkova
  • 6.Phrase and clause structure /​ Katia Chirkova
  • ch. 3.6 Naic [Nazi] /​ Katia Chirkova
  • ch. 43 Yongning Na (Mosuo) Liberty /​ Katia Chirkova
  • 1.Introduction /​ A. Lidz
  • 2.Phonology /​ A. Lidz
  • 3.Word classes /​ A. Lidz
  • 4.Syntax /​ A. Lidz
  • 5.Conclusion /​ A. Lidz
  • ch. 3.7 Lob-Burmese /​ A. Lidz
  • ch. 44 Burmese /​ A. Lidz
  • 1.Introduction /​ Julian K. Wheatley
  • 2.Contact /​ Julian K. Wheatley
  • 3.Periodization /​ Julian K. Wheatley
  • 4.Phonology /​ Julian K. Wheatley
  • 5.The writing system /​ Julian K. Wheatley
  • 6.Word classes /​ Julian K. Wheatley
  • 7.Syntax /​ Julian K. Wheatley
  • ch. 45 Zaiwa /​ Julian K. Wheatley
  • 1.Introduction /​ Yanhua Zhu
  • 2.Phonology /​ Yanhua Zhu
  • 3.Morphosyntax /​ Yanhua Zhu
  • ch. 46 Akha /​ Yanhua Zhu
  • 1.Introduction /​ Ingo-Lill Hanson
  • 2.Phonology /​ Ingo-Lill Hanson
  • 3.Word formation /​ Ingo-Lill Hanson
  • 4.Syntax /​ Ingo-Lill Hanson
  • 5.Sentence particles /​ Ingo-Lill Hanson
  • 6.Noun incorporation /​ Ingo-Lill Hanson
  • 7.Final particles /​ Ingo-Lill Hanson
  • ch. 47 Lisu /​ Ingo-Lill Hanson
  • 1.Introduction /​ David Bradley
  • 2.Phonology /​ David Bradley
  • 3.Morphosyntax /​ David Bradley
  • ch. 48 Lahu /​ David Bradley
  • 1.Introduction /​ James A. Matisoff
  • 2.Phonology /​ James A. Matisoff
  • 3.Lahu vocabulary and word formation /​ James A. Matisoff
  • 4.Clause structure /​ James A. Matisoff
  • 5.Form classes /​ James A. Matisoff
  • 6.Argument-verb relations /​ James A. Matisoff
  • 7.The noun phrase /​ James A. Matisoff
  • 8.The verb phrase (vu) /​ James A. Matisoff
  • 9.Nominalization and relativization /​ James A. Matisoff
  • ch. 3.8 Karenic /​ James A. Matisoff
  • ch. 49 Eastern Kayah Li /​ James A. Matisoff
  • 1.Introduction /​ David Solnit
  • 2.Phonology /​ David Solnit
  • 3.Word formation /​ David Solnit
  • 4.Syntax /​ David Solnit
  • ch. 50 Pwo Karen /​ David Solnit
  • 1.Introduction /​ Atsuhiko Kato
  • 2.Sounds /​ Atsuhiko Kato
  • 3.Parts of speech /​ Atsuhiko Kato
  • 4.Morphology /​ Atsuhiko Kato
  • 5.Syntax /​ Atsuhiko Kato
  • ch. 3.9 Other languages /​ Atsuhiko Kato
  • ch. 51 Lepcha /​ Atsuhiko Kato
  • 1.Introduction /​ Heleen Plaisier
  • 2.Phonology /​ Heleen Plaisier
  • 3.Nominal morphology /​ Heleen Plaisier
  • 4.Verbal morphology /​ Heleen Plaisier
  • 5.Clause-final particles, coordination and subordination /​ Heleen Plaisier
  • 6.Text /​ Heleen Plaisier
  • ch. 52 Tujia /​ Heleen Plaisier
  • 1.Introduction /​ Shixuan Xu /​ Hongyan Hu /​ Meiyan Lu
  • 2.Phonology /​ Meiyan Lu /​ Shixuan Xu /​ Hongyan Hu
  • 3.Morphosyntax /​ Shixuan Xu /​ Hongyan Hu /​ Meiyan Lu
  • ch. 53 Jinghpaw /​ Shixuan Xu /​ Meiyan Lu /​ Hongyan Hu
  • 1.Introduction /​ Keita Kurabe
  • 2.Phonology /​ Keita Kurabe
  • 3.Lexicon /​ Keita Kurabe
  • 4.Morphology /​ Keita Kurabe
  • 5.Syntax /​ Keita Kurabe.
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