A Descriptive Grammar of Lolo ( A Tibeto-Burman Language)
Author: Fu Maoji
Publisher: Cambridge University
Publication date: 1997
Number of pages: 242
Format / Quality: pdf-zipped
Yi (also Moso, Lolo, Noso, etc.) is a family of closely related tonal Tibeto-Burman languages spoken by the Yi people. Although linguists still use the term Lolo or Loloish, the Yi people themselves regard it as pejorative. In fact, people supposedly belonging to the Yi nationality speak six different languages, all part of the Tibeto-Burman linguistic family, but which hold only 25 to 50 percent of words in common. One of these languages has been chosen as the standard "Yi" language and, as such, is the only one taught in school, both in its oral and written form.
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