Bali, also known as Balinese, is a Western Malayo-Polynesian member of the Austronesian language family spoken on the island of Bali, northern Nusapenida, western Lombok Islands, east Java and south Sulawesi.
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A description of Balinese with information on cast marking, lexicography, nasalization, affixation, and grammar.
HPSG, GB and the Balinese Bind
Analysis of Austronesian voice-marking from HPSG and GB perspectives, discussion of similarities in how each handles basic anaphoric binding facts and then analysis of where GB fails due to a flaw in some of its basic tenets. [PDF]
User-Friendly Guide to Spoken Balinese
A short introduction to the spoken language of Bali, Indonesia, with instructions for learning and pronouncing some basic words and phrases.
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