Category: Language Typology


Tibeto-Burman languages

Tibeto-Burman languages are a sub-category of the Sino-Tibetan language family, which are mainly, but not only, spoken in the highland region of South East Asia and Burma. In the former case, India, China, Nepal and Bhutan form the most significant areas. Other countries where Tibeto-Burman languages are spoken include Vietnam, Thailand, Pakistan, Bangladesh, etc....


Complementation in Linguistics

What do we understand by the term Complementation in Linguistics? Complementation is a linguistic phenomenon wherein the syntactic head of a phrasal category licenses a word, a phrase or a clause to complete its meaning. The complement completes the action of the verb, and hence cannot be dropped off (Crystal, 1995). COMPLETE IDEA= HEAD...