A Grammar of Yami

1 Introduction
2 Phonology & Orthography
 2.1 Consonants and vowels
 2.2 Long consonant
 2.3 Stress
 2.4 Syllable structure
 2.5 Monosyllabic bound roots
3 Morphology
 3.1 Affixation
 3.2 Reduplication
4 Syntax
 4.1 Tense, aspect, and mood morphology
5 Word Order of Predicational Constructions
 5.1 Nominal predicate clauses
 5.2 Verbal clauses
 5.3 Topicalized constructions
 5.4 Agent initial word order
 5.5 Word order of WH-questions
6 Structure of Verbal Clauses
 6.1 Constructions with auxiliary verbs
 6.2 Constructions with multiple verbs
 6.3 The form of verbs
 6.4 Existential verbs
 6.5 Imperative verb forms
 6.6 Causative pa-
7 Structure of Noun Phrases
 7.1 Word order
 7.2 Determiners
 7.3 Relative clauses
8 Comparative Constructions
 8.1 Comparatives with reduplication
 8.2 Comparatives with affixation
 8.3 Comparatives with both reduplication and affixation
9 Numbers
 9.1 Counting numbers
 9.2 Counting humans, animals, or objects
 9.3 Counting money
 9.4 Counting time
10 Prefix ka-
 10.1 Ka- as a verbal prefix
 10.2 Ka- as a nominal prefix
11 Summary of Affixes in Yami
  References