Apma

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Apma Language - Documentation
... Notes on the grammar and vocabulary of Apma language were first made by Catholic missionaries at Melsisii in the early 20th century ... of the Suru Mwerani dialect of Apma language in the late 2000s ... The other two dialects of Apma remain poorly documented ...
Apma Language - Grammar - Pronouns
... substantially between dialects Person Apma (Suru Mwerani dialect) Apma (Suru Rabwanga dialect) Apma (Suru Kavian dialect) English 1st person singular nana nana ina "me" 2nd ...
Apma Language - Grammar - Verbs
... Verbs in Apma are usually preceded by a subject pronoun and by a marker indicating the tense, aspect and mood of the action ... The subject pronouns are as follows Person Apma English 1st person singular na- "I" 2nd person singular ko- "you" (singular) 3rd person singular - "he" / "she" / "it" 1st person ... going nan ban or nan van = I will go In northern and archaic varieties of Apma, there is also mutation of k to g, and of t to d ...
American Podiatric Medical Association - History
1984 Renaming American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA). 1987 APMA relocated to Bethesda, MD. 2011 APMA launches Today's Podiatrist campaign to the public ...
Apma Language
... Apma (or Abma) is the language of central Pentecost island in Vanuatu ... Apma belongs to the East Vanuatu languages, a branch of the Austronesian languages family ... With an estimated 7,800 native speakers (in the year 2000), Apma is the most widely spoken of Pentecost's native languages, and the fifth largest vernacular in ...