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Tense and aspect in eight languages of Cameroon

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Published by Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of Texas at Arlington in Dallas, [Arlington] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cameroon
    • Subjects:
    • Cameroon -- Languages -- Tense.,
    • Cameroon -- Languages -- Aspect.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Other titlesTense and aspect
      StatementStephen C. Anderson and Bernard Comrie, editors.
      SeriesSummer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington publications in linguistics,, publication 99
      ContributionsAnderson, Stephen C., Comrie, Bernard, 1947-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPL8021.C35 T46 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 255 p. :
      Number of Pages255
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1570955M
      ISBN 10088312808X
      LC Control Number91065415

      Tense and aspect in eight languages of Cameroon, ed. by Stephen Anderson and Bernard Comrie. J. of African Languages and Linguistics. b. International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, ed. by William Bright. English Today. Also published in a more elaborate version in. J. of Pidgin and Creole Languages. ( Aspect, tense, mood. Chapter January Participants aged eight to sixteen years and a group of adults were asked to change written active-voice sentences into corresponding passive-voice.

      made. Like in most African languages, Lamnso’ tense and aspect in are intricately interwoven in form, conception and marking. Past Tense Progressive Past Tense 1 /ki + Rád/ (P 1) (5) a) Tómlá ki 2 sáŋ ŋwá’ v ə ̀n Tomla P 1 prog-write book this . Are you an expert on the languages of Cameroon? If so, we invite you to join our Contributor Program. You’ll receive credits toward complimentary access to Ethnologue for every contribution that is vetted and accepted by our editors.

      Tense and Aspect in Eight Languages of Cameroon avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5. Cameroon (officially called the Republic of Cameroon) is a country in west capital is largest city in Cameroon is population of Cameroon is about 20 million. Cameroon's president is Paul speak nearly languages in Cameroon. French and English are the official languages.


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This volume advances the debate in two ways. First, it makes available in print for the first time and in its original form William Labov's On the. French-speaking students pending graduating did not master tense and aspect in English. The problem is even more current in a context where there are native languages in Cameroon (Kouega ), Pidgin English and Camfranglais.

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unavailable. French and English are official languages, a heritage of Cameroon's colonial past as a colony of both France and the United Kingdom from to Eight out of the ten regions of Cameroon are primarily francophone, representing 83% of the country's population, and two are anglophone, representing 17%.Lingua franca(s): French, English, Camfranglais.

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Anderson, Bernard Comrie (eds) | digital library Bookfi | BookFi - BookFinder. Download books for free. Find books. Cameroon English is an English dialect spoken predominantly in Cameroon, mostly learned as a second language.

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It is primarily spoken in the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon. It is a postcolonial variety of English, long in use in the territory. Vol. 69, No. 3, Sep., Published by: Linguistic Society of America.

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) Review by: Joel Simkin DOI: / facilitate statistical statements and include languages typologically somewhat different from the chosen representatives for each group. These are referred to in the text as the matrix languages and form Appendix 1.

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Tense and aspect in eight languages of Cameroon, ed. by Stephen Anderson and Bernard Comrie. J. of African Languages and Linguistics b. International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, ed. by William Bright. English Today Also published in a more elaborate version in J. of Pidgin and Creole Languages ().

This graph shows the profile of languages in Cameroon with respect to their status of language development versus language endangerment. Each individual language that has an entry for Cameroon is included in the profile. The horizontal axis represents the estimated level of development or endangerment as measured on the EGIDS scale.Anderson, Stephen C.

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