A Descriptive Grammar of Ket (Yenisei-Ostyak) (The Languages of Northern and Central Eurasia) (part 1) by Stefan Georg University of Bonn
English | Mar 22, 2007 | ISBN: 1901903583 | 328 Pages | PDF | 2 MB
Linguists and specialists on Siberia are generally familiar with the name Ket, which designates a small ethnic group on the Yenisei and their language, widely regarded as a linguistic enigma in many respects. Ket is a severely endangered language with today less than 500 native speakers. Together with Yugh, Kott, Arin, Assan and Pumpokol, all of which are completely extinct, it forms the Yeniseic family of languages, which has no known linguistic relatives.