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3 Verification particles 22 23 24 PHONOLOGY MORPHOLOGY IDEOPHONES REFERENCES APALAI Edward Koehn and Sally Koehn INTRODUCTION Apalai is a language of the Carib family spoken in the Northern regions of the Maicuru, Paru and Jari Rivers of Para, Brazil. In the last three decades the tribe has been decimated by various diseases contracted through their contact with civilization. At present there are around 350 speakers of Apalai. Partly as a result of their depleted ranks and because of their proximity, the Apalai have integrated with the Wayana Indians (also Carib language family) to a considerable degree.
A Survey of Syntax in the Hebrew Old Testament by J. Wash Watts