Sasao a Tengnga a Solomon

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Tengnga a Solomon
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Is-isla ti Solomon
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Dagiti pamilia ti pagsasao ti Is-isla ti Solomon.
  Tengnga a Solomon

Ti sasao a Tengnga a Solomon ket dagiti uppat a sasao a Papuano a naisasao idiay Is-isla ti Solomon. Nailasinda a kas pamilia babaen ni Wilhelm Schmidt idi 1908 ken naidasigda a kas sasao a Daya a Papuano babaen ni Wurm, ngem mabalin tattan a saan a mabalin, ken pinanawan babaen ti Ethnologue (2009). Urayno adda dagiti panagadal a mangpadpadas no dagitoy a pagsasao ket henetikoda nga agkakabagian, awan ti konklusibo a paneknek a nabirukan iti agdama.[1] Dagiti uppat a pagsasao ket dagiti sumaganad,

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  1. ^ Terrill, Angela, 2006. "Central Solomon Languages". In Encyclopedia of language and linguistics, ed. by Keith Brown: 279–281.
  • Ross, Malcolm, 2001. "Is there an East Papuan phylum? Evidence from pronouns", in The boy from Bundaberg. Studies in Melanesian linguistics in honour of Tom Dutton, ed. by Andrew Pawley, Malcolm Ross and Darrell Tryon: 301-322. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Structural Phylogenetics and the Reconstruction of Ancient Language History. Michael Dunn, Angela Terrill, Ger Reesink, Robert A. Foley, Stephen C. Levinson. Science magazine, 23 Sept. 2005, vol. 309, p 2072.
  • Ross, Malcolm, 2005. "Pronouns as a preliminary diagnostic for grouping Papuan languages", in Papuan pasts: cultural, linguistic and biological histories of Papuan speaking peoples, ed. by Andrew Pawley, Robert Attenborough, Robin Hide and Jack Golson: 15-65. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Pedrós, Toni, 2015. "New arguments for a Central Solomons family based on evidence from pronominal morphemes". Oceanic Linguistics, vol. 54, no. 2 (358-395).