The Oceanic languages, a subgroup within the Austronesian language
family, comprise at least 450 languages in the geographical area
encompassing Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. The articles in
this book deal with morphosyntactic properties related to sentence
types and nominal expressions in under-explored and endangered
Oceanic languages. These properties may vary within the family,
they give rise to new empirical generalizations, and they
illustrate properties that are relevant for theoretical
developments in modern linguistic theory.
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