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Random information on the term “SAO”:

Thao (Thao: Thaw a lalawa), pronunciation [θau], also known as Sao, is the language of the Thao people, a tribe of Taiwanese aborigines in the region of Sun Moon Lake in central Taiwan. In 2000, there were 5 or 6 speakers living in Ita Thaw (伊達邵) village (traditionally called Barawbaw), all but one of whom were over the age of sixty.[citation needed] Two elderly native speakers died December 2014 including chief Tarma (袁明智), age 75.

Thao is a Formosan language of the Austronesian family; Barawbaw and Shtafari are dialects.

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Thao has two or arguably three patterns of reduplication: Ca-reduplication, full reduplication, and rightward reduplication (which is sometimes considered to be a form of full reduplication).

Thao verbs have the following types of focus (Blust 2003:239).

Thao word order can be both SVO and VSO, although the former is derived from Taiwanese (Blust 2003:228).

The Thao personal marker is “ti” (Blust 2003:228). Negatives include “ani” and “antu”; “ata tu” is used in “don’t” constructions. The perfect is marked by “iza”, the past by an infix just after the primary onset consonant “-in-” and the future by the prefix “a-“. Imperatives are marked by “-í” and softer imperatives or requests roughly translated as “please” by “-uan” sometimes spelled “-wan” which can co-occur with “-í”.

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