Morphological Atlas of the Dutch Dialects

Volume II

Ton Goeman, Marc van Oostendorp, Pieter van Reenen, Oelle Koornwinder, Boudewijn van den Berg, and Anke van Reenen

Ton Goeman, Marc van Oostendorp, Pieter van Reenen, Oelle Koornwinder, Boudewijn van den Berg, and Anke van Reenen

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

180 pages | 9 1/2 x 13 1/3 | © 2008
Cloth $200.50 ISBN: 9789053567753 Published July 2009 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada

The Morphological Atlas of the Dutch Dialects (MAND) presents word formation in Dutch and Frisian dialects at the end of the twentieth century in two comprehensive volumes. Based on data acquired in the field between 1979 and 2000, this collaborative effort between linguists from the Netherlands and Belgium deals with the grades of comparison of adjectives, possessive pronouns, personal pronouns for subject and object, the endings of present- and past-tense strong and weak verbs, the participle prefix, and the stem form of strong verbs.

Contents
Localities
Provinces and regions
 
Chapter 1: Comparative and Superlative
   Stem Forms
   Tone Alternation with Comparative and Superlative
   Suffixes
   Final Schwa
 
Chapter 2: Possessive Pronouns
 
Chapter 3: Subject Pronouns and Object Pronouns
   Subject Pronouns
   Object Pronouns
 
Chapter 4: Verbs Present Tense and Past Tense
   Present Tense
   Past Tense
   Tone Alternation with Present Tense and Infinitive
 
Chapter 5: Participle Prefix GE and Verb Stem Alternations
   Participle
   Verb Stems
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