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The Highlands to the south is a major valley corridor for migration and the transmission of technology across the east-west backbone of New Guinea. Even the Torricelli Mountains to the east of NorthCentral New Guinea have major valleys where regular trading is conducted. NorthCentral New Guinea lacks large navigable rivers and large valleys to encourage sustained interaction between different groups of people (Donohue & Crowther 2005). As a result there are many small language families and isolates which are highly dissimilar to each other in North-Central New Guinea.

Anggor is analysed as having the following eighteen consonant phonemes: p, t, k, b, d, g, mb, nd, ngg /ŋɡ/, f /ɸ/, s, h /x/, m, n, ng /ŋ/, r, w, y /j/, and the following seven vowel phonemes: i, e, a, o, u, ü /ɨ/, ɨ /ə/ (R. Litteral 1980: 41-42). More investigation is needed to work out the sound correspondences between Anggor and Dla comprehensively. g. Anggor: mbanɨ [mbanə] ‘sago’, Dla proper: ban [banə] ‘sago’, Menggwa Dla bani [bani] ‘sago’). The /ɨ/ vowel in Anggor is probably an epenthetic vowel; other than being very frequent, it is also deleted when followed by a suffix which begins with a vowel.

3 Orthography and Previous Previous Research on Dla The only published data on Menggwa Dla is a word list of the Doeka-Ékor [Menggwa Dla] language collected in Monggowar [Menggwal] by Galis (1956). A grammar sketch and word-list of ‘Dəra’ [Dla proper] is published in Voorhoeve (1971: 73-77; 99-109) based on Dla proper spoken in Amgotro. ) field notes on Dla proper. 21 Different linguists differ in their opinion as to whether Menggwa Dla is a separate language or a dialect of Dla. Galis (1955, 1956), Voorhoeve (1971) and Laycock (1973) consider Menggwa Dla a separate language from Dla proper.

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