The Aymara Language in Its Social and Cultural Context: A Collection Essays on Aspects of Aymara Language and Culture

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AYMAR AR YATIQAÑATAKI
M.J. Hardman, de Dios Yapita, Juana Vasquezwith Lucy T. Briggs, Laura Martin-Barber, Nora C. England
Volume I: The Student Volume, consists of the pages for the student ONLY, i.e., the dialogues, complete and with breakdowns, the exercises, many accompanied by visual stimuli, and review readings. 477 pp.
Volume II: The Teacher's Manual, consists of all the material that ordinarily goes in a pedagogical text: Indices, cultural and grammatical notes, supplementary exercises, reviews, exams, supplementary visual aids. The first chapter provides an overview of the materials, the method behind their preparation, and suggestions for use. 429 pp.
Volume III: Grammatical Outline of the Aymara language. This volume is a reference grammar of the Aymara language, and can stand alone, for those interested only in the grammar, as the description of the language. It can also be used in conjunction with the pedagogical materials for a fuller grammatical explanation for those who want or need such an explanation. The phonology and morphology of the language are treated thoroughly; the basic syntactic patterns are described somewhat more briefly.

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