Phonology and Grammar of Modern West Frisian with Phonetic Texts and Glossary
Author: P. Sipma
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 1913? reedition 2010?
Number of pages: 192
Format / Quality: .pdf (Excellent)
Size: 4.64 ??
The study of Frisian, it may safely be said, does not occupy the place it deserves.It is true there are hopeful indications, and as well in its own country as abroad the interest for it is growing; it must be acknowledged,too,
that more and more is being written about Frisian, but much has still to be done. Frisian is of great interest, from a general point of view, for the study of language,
certainly not less so than many other languages, as
it admits of being traced over a period of many
centuries, during which it has experienced remarkable fortunes, and especially as it presents a certain number of phenomena fully worthy of the student’s attention
*Part I: Phonology
*Part II: Grammar
*Part III: Texts and Glossary with Phonetic Transcription
Remark: I have another version that’s been scanned but it looks older and heavier to open, but if you want it I’ll upload it, no problem