Welcome to the online Isoba course! This book is divided into 4 sections.
- First is the linguistic description of Isoba, organized as a collection of pages, each focusing on a linguistic feature of Isoba.
- Second is the coursebook proper, organized as a series of pages, each about a topic of everyday life. Readers should read the linguistic description before the coursebook.
- Third is a lexical catalog of Isoba, including an Isoba-English dictionary and a collection of idioms.
- Fourth is a collection of texts in Isoba, including translations and original content.
Isoba is characterized by a moderately high degree of apophony; vowel gradation and changes in stress, tone, and pharyngealization are used for grammatical inflection. Isoba uses a unique morphosyntactic alignment that combines elements of Austronesian and active-stative alignment.