Teop (Oceanic, Bougainville, Papua New Guinea)

Ulrike Mosel, Stefan Schnell

Teop (ISO 639-3: tio) is a Western Oceanic language spoken on Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea. The texts, all traditional narratives, were recorded by Ulrike Mosel and Enoch Horai Magum over the course of a language documentation project (principal investigator: Ulrike Mosel) funded by the Volkswagen Foundation (grant no. II 77 973). Details on the project can be found online at http://dobes.mpi.nl/projects/teop/. A sketch grammar of Teop (Mosel & Thiesen 2007) and additional materials are also available there.
The texts were annotated for Multi-CAST by Ulrike Mosel and Stefan Schnell.

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Mosel, Ulrike and Schnell, Stefan. Teop. In: Haig, Geoffrey and Schnell, Stefan. Multi- CAST (Multilingual Corpus of Annotated Spoken Texts), https://lac.uni-koeln.de/multicast-teop/, date accessed.

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