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Friday 8 August 2008, by F. Jacquesson

See François Jacquesson, A Kokborok Grammar (Agartala dialect). Kokborok tei Hukumu Mission, Agartala (Tripura, india), 2008.

This book (128 p.) gives an overview of phonology and describes the grammar of Agartala Kokborok, the language of the Borok people in Tripura. This language is cosely related to Dimasa and Boro and, in a wider sense, to the other Boro-Garo languages of North-East India: Atong, Deuri, Garo, Rabha, Tiwa etc.

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