By Paraluman S. Aspillera
Contains Audio CD.The 2007 version of simple Tagalog for Foreigners and Non-Tagalogs includes greater than 500 new phrases and expressions unfold all through 50 classes and vocabulary lists; a succinct advent to the language and an outline of the nature of Filipinos; and a MP3 audio CD containing a voice recording of the 50 classes to facilitate the proper pronunciation of Tagalog (Filipino) phrases and words.
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Aæ ðßíïØÆ ôcí ªíþìçí· Kped ó÷ïºﬁ B ðïŁ lîåØí äåFæ ií Kîçý÷ïıí Kªþ . . (Soph. Ant. 388–90) King, there is nothing that mortals can swear is impossible! For second thoughts show one’s judgement to be wrong; for scarcely would I have thought I would come here again . . The focal ó÷ïºﬁ B is here marked as salient in a number of ways: not only is it line-initial (1), followed by a postpositive (2), the Wrst (and of necessity, preverbal) constituent in a dependent clause, (3) which precedes its governing verb (4), but also the conjunction Kðåß is positioned so as practically to Xaunt a departure from the neat symmetry between line and clause.
Topic and Focus are the two concepts at the centre of my analysis of Greek word order. It will have become clear that identifying them is crucially a matter of interpretation, and strongly dependent on context. And so a few words are in order on what is at stake here. My approach proposes to account for variation that so far has not been explained. I believe that, to describe Greek word order beyond gratuitous statements about its being ‘free’, what we should primarily pay attention to is information structure.
19 I will not go into this phenomenon at length here (it has been extensively treated in Devine and Stephens; for tragedy, see Baechle (2007)20), but the 17 This is too simplistic, but suYcient for the present purpose. I note for the beneWt of syntacticians that in Functional Grammar, as opposed to some other models, prepositions are not considered syntactic heads. 18 Dover (1960) in fact analyses sentences as strings of single words. 19 pace Dover, who rightly warns us against naively taking word order in our own language as the benchmark for ‘natural’ order (Dover 1960: 6).
Basic Tagalog for Foreigners and Non-Tagalogs (Tuttle Language Library) by Paraluman S. Aspillera