The Palaung in Burma in the early 1900s. Palaung (Burmese: ????? ???????[p?là?? lùmjó]; Thai: ???????, which is also spelled as Benglong Palong) or Ta'ang are an ethnical group of the Mon Khmer in the Shan state Burma, in the province Yunnan in China and northern Thailand. They are called De'ang (Chinese: ???; pinyin: Deang Zú also) in China.
Most of them are living in the Pa Laung Self-Administered Zone in the north of Shan State, with the capitol Namhsan. It unites the people of Palé, Riang, Rumai and Shwe as the De' ang people. Palaung has three main tongues. There is Buddhism in all the day-to-day activity of this group.
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Palaung, or De'ang in Chinese, is a Mon Khmer dianect clusters talked about by over half a million Burmese (Shan state) and neighbouring states. Palaung tribe is split into Palé, Rumai and Shwe, each with its own tongue. 3 ] The Riang tongues are considered incomprehensible or difficult for other Palaung tongues to understand.
Dai call the Deang po?lo??. Liiu (2006) documented 3 paleungic lessons, namely: Palaung is classified in the following by Weera Ostapirat (2009:74). Sintani ( "2008") recognises two Palaung vernaculars, Southern Palaung and Northern Palaung. The unspoken registers of the southern Palaung are the same as the registers of the northern Palaung, which is considered by Shaintani (2008) as a retention from Proto-Palaungic.
Shintani (2008) examined the southern Palaung dialects: Deepadung, et al. (2015) classified the Palaung dialogues as follows. The following is a list of Palaung syllables by the name of Short (1960): Following Shorto /?/ does not appear alone in a primarily accentuated syllable, but only in an unaccentuated syllable or as a second member of a dipthong.
Though Milne (1921) contains the vocals /ü, ö, ?/ in her transcription, Shorto (1960) did not find them as vocal phoneti. Swe Palaung has a preposition, as in the following example: Terms in shwe are usually in the order submitter verb objects (SVO): "Palaung". "Palaung." Mon Khmer Langauges of China and the Austro-Asian Family[??????????????].
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Shorto, H.L. (1960). Phrases of words and syllables in Palaung. Newspaper bulletin der School of Oriental and African Studies, Université de Londres ; 1960, Band 23, Ausgabe 3, S. 544-557. An English-Palaung and Palaung-English glossary. A basic Palaung Grammar. Clarendon squeezer.