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A Grammar of Kómnzo — Australian National University
This project will deliver a detailed documentation of Kómnzo, a Papuan language from an almost completely unknown family in Southern New Guinea, plus more basic materials on the surrounding varieties. Kómnzo is spoken by about 200 people in Rouku village in the extreme South-West of Papua New Guinea. It belongs to the Tonda subgroup of the Yam language family (formerly Morehead - Upper Maro).
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