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This account also provides some examples of cultural or metaphorical extensions of spatial forms as they are encountered in connected speech.
This paper presents the grammatical systems that are used for the concepts of space in the Cogtse dialect of Rgyalrong.
The current volume arose from a one-day pre-meeting workshop entitled “How Grammar Encodes Space in Tibeto-Burman” at the 48th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, which was held at the University of California, Santa Barbara in August of 2015.
Space is categorized and expressed in Lisu in all areas of structure, both nominal and verbal.
Finally, this paper illustrates from two socio-cultural perspectives how entrenched the orientation system is in Rgyalrong.
The selection of semantically-dependent perfectivizer reveals the way Rgyalrong speakers conceptualize events in orientational terms; while the seating arrangement in the Rgyalrong house demonstrates that in assigning orientation terms to refer to various indoor spaces, cultural conceptions override natural geographical settings.
Lamkang speakers report that the correct use of directionals is one of the big stumbling blocks speakers of neighboring languages face when trying to speak Lamkang.
The ‘up’, ‘down’, and ‘across’ dimensions are clear.
Within the nominal system, there is a complex deictic system which differs between dialects and which has distinct fused locative forms, as well as a large set of spatial frame nominals, some derived from body parts, as well as directional suffixes and a spatial marker suffix; the ways in which these suffixes combine with nouns and noun stems differ slightly between dialects.
There are also some general nouns for location in space and a spatial numeral classifier.
Thus, the system approximates derivation rather than inflection.