Phrasing and Relative Clauses in Chimini (Barawa Language)

Written by Charles W. Kisseberth

In this paper we initiate an exploration of the phonological phrasing of relative clauses in Chimwiini, a Bantu language closely related to Kiswahili but differing from it in significant ways, particularly in regards to prosody (the central topic of this paper).
Phrasing and Relative Clauses in Chimini (Barawa Language)

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