A Grammar of Yeri a Torricelli language of Papua New Guinea
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This dissertation is a grammar of Yeri, an endangered Torricelli language spoken in Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea. The language is still spoken, to at least some degree, by approximately 100–150 speakers, most of whom live in Yapunda village. This grammar is based on primary data collected from Yeri speakers during the author’s eleven months of fieldwork, which was spread out over the course of three field trips. The primary data on which this grammar is founded can be accessed at The Language Archive. This grammar constitutes the first description of the Yeri language.