This grammar is the
result of the PhD Project "An Electronic Reference Grammar of Abesabesi" by Jonas
Lau. It is supposed to be a case study on how reference grammars can be digitized
and therefore only contains exemplary sections of the Abesabesi sketch grammar. The
full sketch grammar is part of the PhD thesis "An Electronic Reference Grammar of
There are several
ways how to read this grammar. If you want to read it like a book, just click on the
button "Start reading" on the right and you will be guided to the beginning of the
grammar. After finishing the section, you can easily get to the following section by
clicking on the right arrow next to the section's title. Cross references,
citations, words in Abesabesi, and abbreviations can be clicked in order to get to
the referenced element. If you want to get back to the section you were before, you
can use the smaller backwards and forwards arrows int the top right corner or your browser's return button.
You can also use one of the navigation tools to find exactly the information you are looking for. For
example, you can use the index to search for a specific topic or access the
table of content to see the structure of the grammatical description.
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