Kwak'wala elicitation on intensifiers
Item number: 2014-11.008 Date: 18 Dec 2014 Contributors:  Katie Sardinha (researcher), Ruby Dawson Cranmer (consultant), Patrick Littell (participant) Language:  Kwak'wala (kwk) Availability: Online access Place:  Vancouver, BC Description: Translations and judgments in context involving the Kwak'wala intensifiers olək'ala, tluma, and walas, as well as a few judgments involving gwalha 'to stop, finish'. We look at whether these predicates can felicitously modify a range of predicates in context. Collection:  Katie Sardinha's Kwak'wala Fieldwork Collection Repository: Survey of California and Other Indian Languages Preferred citation: Kwak'wala elicitation on intensifiers, 2014-11.008, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley, http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7297/X2PN93KK
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