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Tataramon na Sa'ban

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An Sa’ban saró sa mga pararemote na tataramon kan Borneo, sa hangganan kan SarawakKalimantan. Bisto an tataramon sa hmeu Sa'ban sa tataramon na Sa'ban.[2]

Bibliograpiya[baguhon | baguhon an source]

  • Blust, Robert A. (1997-01-01). "Ablaut in Northwest Borneo" (in en). Diachronica 14 (1): 1–30. doi:10.1075/dia.14.1.02blu. ISSN 0176-4225. http://www.jbe-platform.com/content/journals/10.1075/dia.14.1.02blu. 
  • Blust, Robert (2001). ‘Language, Dialect and Riotous Sound Change: The case of Sa’ban’. In Graham W. Thurgood (ed.) Papers from the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 249–359. Tempe: Arizona State University.
  • Clayre, Beatrice (1972). "A preliminary comparative study of the Lun Bawang (Murut) and Sa’ban languages of Sarawak". Sarawak Museum Journal 20: 40-41, 45-47.
  • Clayre, Beatrice (1994). ‘Sa’ban: a case of language change’. In Peter W. Martin (ed) Shifting Patterns of Language Use in Borneo, 209-226. Williamsburg VA: Borneo Research Council.
  • Clayre, Beatrice (2005). "Kelabitic languages and the fate of ‘focus’: evidence from the Kerayan". In I Wayan Arka & Malcolm Ross (eds.) The many faces of Austronesian voice systems: some new empirical studies, 17-57. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Clayre, Beatrice (2014). ‘A preliminary typology of the languages of Middle Borneo’. In Peter Sercombe, Michael Boutin & Adrian Clynes (eds.) Advances in research on cultural and linguistic practices in Borneo, 123-151. Phillips, Maine USA: Borneo Research Council.
  • Clayre, I. F. C. S. (1973). "The Phonemes of Sa'ban: A Language of Highland Borneo" (in en). Linguistics 11 (100). doi:10.1515/ling.1973.11.100.26. ISSN 1613-396X. https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/ling.1973.11.issue-100/ling.1973.11.100.26/ling.1973.11.100.26.xml. 
  • Omar, Asmah Haji (1983). The Malay Peoples of Malaysia and Their Languages. Kuala Lumpur: Art Printing Works.

Mga Toltolan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Mga Panluwas na Takod[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Kaipuleohone has archived written materials as well as audio recordings (RB1-001, RB1-003-A)

PHOIBLE Online phonemic inventories for Sa'ban