5 edition of Focus strategies in African languages found in the catalog.
Focus strategies in African languages
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Enoch Oladé Aboh, Katharina Hartmann, Malte Zimmermann.|
|Series||Trends in linguistics studies and monographs -- 191|
|Contributions||Aboh, Enoch Oladé., Hartmann, Katharina., Zimmermann, Malte, 1970-|
|LC Classifications||PL8026.N44 F63 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 324 p. :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||2007042927|
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Free Online Library: Focus strategies in African languages; the interaction of focus and grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic.(Brief Article, Book Review) by "Reference & Research Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science.
Focus Strategies in African Languages (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs) 1st Edition by Enoch Oladé Aboh (Editor), Katharina Hartmann (Editor), Malte Zimmermann (Editor) & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or Brand: Walter de Gruyter Inc. Get this from a library. Focus Strategies in African Languages: the Interaction of Focus and Grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic.
[Enoch Oladé Aboh; Katharina Hartmann; Malte Zimmermann;] -- The book contains a collection of articles on focus in the Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic language groups. It investigates focus-related phenomena from different theoretical and methodological.
Diversity in African Languages contains a selection of revised papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, held at the University of Oregon.
Most chapters focus on single languages, addressing diverse aspects of their phonology, morphology, semantics, syntax, information structure, or historical development.
These chapters represent nine different genera: Mande, Gur, Kwa. Focus Strategies in African Languages The Interaction of Focus and Grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic Ed.
by Aboh, Enoch Oladé / Hartmann, Katharina / Zimmermann, Malte. Focus strategies in African languages: The interaction of focus and grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic Book August with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm. Contents: Focus and Grammar: The Contribution of African Languages / Enoch Oladé Aboh, Katharina Hartmann, Malte Zimmermann --Part I Focus and r stress in Eastern Benue-Kwa (Niger-Congo) / Victor Manfredi --Investigating prosodic focus marking in.
SIL Electronic Book Reviews Historical linguistics and the comparative study of African languages African languages, some of which may not have been described for languages in other parts of Chapter 5 covers semantic change with a focus on "universal cognitive strategies" for the.
Focus Strategies in African Languages The Interaction of Focus and Grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic Book Book Series. Previous chapter 30,00 € / $ / £ Get Access to Full Text. Citation Information. Focus Strategies in African Languages.
The Interaction of Focus and Grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic. Edited by. In Enoch O. Aboh, Katharina Hartmann & Malte Zimmermann (eds.), Focus strategies in African languages: The interaction of focus and grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic (Trends in.
In chapter 10 ‘Subject Focus in West African Languages’, Ines Fiedler, Katharina Hartmann, Brigitte Reineke, Anne Schwarz, and Malte Zimmermann investigate the peculiarities of subject focus marking in three West African language groups.
After a discussion of various strategies of focus realization, it is shown that most languages in the sample exhibit a subject/non‐subject asymmetry. Nordic Journal of African Studies 11(2): () Educational Publishing in African Languages, With a Focus on Swahili in Kenya NATHAN OYORI OGECHI* EMILY BOSIRE-OGECHI** Moi University, Kenya ABSTRACT This paper argues the case for more educational publications in Swahili as a good medium educational and national development.
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Abstract Translating technical texts into the South African Bantu languages, and to a lesser extent into Afrikaans, is an activity fraught with problems, the biggest one being the lack of terminology in these languages. In this article-undertaken within the framework of Corpus-based Translation Studies (CTS), and more specifically within the subfield of Applied CTS-we focus on Cited by: 1.
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In chapter 10 'Subject Focus in West African Languages', Ines Fiedler, Katharina Hartmann, Brigitte Reineke, Anne Schwarz, and Malte Zimmermann investigate the peculiarities of subject focus marking in three West African language groups.
After a discussion of various strategies of focus realization, it is shown that most languages in the sample exhibit a subject/non-subject asymmetry with Cited by: Marten, Lutz () 'Focus strategies and the incremental development of semantic representations: evidence from Bantu.' In: Aboh, Enoch and Hartmann, Katherina and Zimmermann, Malte, (eds.), Focus Strategies in African Languages.
Eight out of every 10 children in South Africa can’t read properly. Not in English, not in their home language, not in any language. According to The Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS), an international comparative reading assessment: 78% of Grade 4 learners in South Africa cannot read for meaning, and this is significantly worse for children tested in African languages.
Recent publications in African linguistics Recent publications in African linguistics van Putten, Saskia The following is a continuation of our comprehensive list of recently published books and monographs on African languages and linguistics.
Prices are given where available. This list serves as an acknowledgement of receipt of review copies of the items marked (R). Languages of Instruction for African Emancipation is a collection of case studies from seven African countries poses questions such as: What alternatives are there for educational language policies towards African emancipation.
What efforts have governments made to change the language policy in favour of African languages and how far have they. Columbia University Libraries selectively collects rare books, periodicals, and archival materials relating to Africa and are held mostly by the Rare Book & Manuscript Library (RBML).
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Saskia van Putten, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, e-mail: [email protected] References Aboh, Enoch, Katharina Hartmann & Malte Zimmermann (eds.). Focus strategies in African languages.
The interaction of focus and grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Hyman, Larry M. (ed.). Non-African States and Organisations accredited to the AU A fuller list of acronyms is available towards the end of this book.
Languages It is also an opportunity to look ahead and focus File Size: 2MB.