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Bole-Tangale languages of the Bauchi Area (Northern Nigeria)

Russell G. Schuh

Bole-Tangale languages of the Bauchi Area (Northern Nigeria)

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Published by Reimer in Berlin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bole-Tangale languages.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 158-159.

    StatementRussell G. Schuh.
    SeriesMarburger Studien zur Afrika- und Asienkunde : Serie A, Afrika ;, Bd. 13
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL8080.B63 S3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 159 p. ;
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4492384M
    LC Control Number79322274

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Bole-Tangale languages of the Bauchi Area (Northern Nigeria) by Russell G. Schuh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schuh, Russell G., Bole-Tangale languages of the Bauchi Area (Northern Nigeria). Berlin: Reimer, 26 rows  Bauchi, Yobe, Taraba, Gombe, Borno states of Nigeria: Linguistic classification: Afro-Asiatic. Geographic distribution: Nigeria, Niger.

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Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 2 () Russell G. Schuh, Bole-Tangale Languages of the Bauchi Area (Northern Nigeria). (Marburger Studien zur Afrika- und Asienkunde, ser. A: Afrika, ) Berlin: Dietrich Reimer, pp. DM Reviewed by Zygmunt Frajzyngier 1. INTRODUCTION The book under review belongs to a now well-established tradition of Publishing in one volume word.

There are over native languages spoken in Nigeria. The official language of Nigeria is English, the former language of colonial British reported inNigerian English and Nigerian Pidgin were spoken as a second language by 60 million people in Nigeria. Communication in the English language is much more popular in the country's urban communities than it is in the rural areas Signed: Nigerian Sign Language, Hausa Sign Language.

A Grammatical Sketch of Bure: A Chadic Language of Nigeria [Gian Claudio Batic, Dymitr Ibriszimow, Henry Tourneux, H. Ekkehard Wolff] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Bure is a West Chadic language spoken in the village of Bure (Kirfi Local Government Area) in Bauchi State. Bole-Tangale languages of the Bauchi Area (Northern Nigeria) by Russell G.

Schuh: Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher.

For now, avoid forcing the issue. Bole (bòo pikkà, also known as Bolanchi, Ampika, Borpika, Bolewa, Bolawa) is a West Chadic language spoken in ts include Bara and Fika, spoken in the Fika ge family: Afro-Asiatic, ChadicWest.

Rowlands, E.C. Notes on some class languages of Northern Nigeria. African Language Studies, III Schuh, Russell G. Bole-Tangale languages of the Bauchi area (Northern Nigeria). Dietrich Reimer, Berlin. Temple, Olive Notes on the Tribes, Provinces, Emirates and States of the Northern Provinces of Nigeria.

The Chad Languages in the Hamitosemitic-Nigritic Border Area, ed. by Herrmann Jungraithmayr, Berlin: Dietrich Reimer. Reconstruction of the syntax of subject emphasis in certain Chadic. There he is able to use, in addition to the data recorded in this work, his much more extensive studies in the northern subgroup of Bole-Tangale, particularly into verb morphology.

The languages of the Bauchi area, other than Hausa, are unlikely to go on to being spoken for very much longer. Some, in fact, have recently become extinct. The foilowing is a list of recently published books and monographs on African languages and linguistics.

All book-length works published since that have come to our attention have been included. The list serves s an acknowledgement of receipt of review copies from publishers of the items marked (R).

Copies of reviews printed in the Journal are automatically sent to the publishers of the. The language and its dialects Tangale (tanle) is classified as a language of the Bole-Tangale group of West Chadic (cf. HoffmannNewmanJungraithmayr/Shimizu ). Tangale is surrounded by Niger-Congo languages, a fact that may explain a number of features which distinguish it from its northern sister languages.

A Grammatical Sketch of Bure is a significant contribution in the description of Chadic languages from both the linguistic and sociolinguistic aspects.

It brings new insights to the current investigation on Bole-Tangale languages and West Chadic from a broader perspective. First of all, the description of Bure provides new data for areal studies. Augustin, ), Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 3: 95– Rev.

of, Russell G. Schuh, Bole-Tangale Languages of the Bauchi Area (Northern Nigeria). (Berlin: Dietrich Reimer, ), Afroasiatic Linguistics 8(4): –File Size: KB. languages form their own cluster belonging to the Benue-Congo family. (For a discussion of the meaning of Kororofa and its historical implications see Abraham 7ff., AbubakarIsichei ff., Low 81ff.).

Be this as it may, the influence of the Jukun in. example, the Bole-Tangale languages in the central Gongola river area present themselves as extremely weird and “alienated” Chadic languages with regard to their genetic and typological Author: Doris Löhr.

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Schuh, Russell Galen (): Bole/Tangale Languages of the Bauchi Area (Northern Nigeria) [ ] Schwarz, Anne (): Untersuchungen zum nominalen Klassensystem des Buli (Nord-Ghana) [ ] Schwarz, Anne (): Preverbal negative markers in Buli.

The Afro-Asiatic background of West Rift *, *ḥ, *, *h, and *ʔ The main goal of the paper is to assert that the rich laryngeal inventory, reconstructed for the West Rift subgroup of Southern Cushitic languages, must be seriously archaic in origin; with direct parallels to each of its constituents in Semitic and Egyptian languages, it can be.

Jungraithmayr, Herrmann (Ed) (): The Chad languages in the Hamito-Semitic-Negritic border area: papers from the Marburg Symposium, Jungraithmayr, Herrmann & Walter W. Müller (Ed) (): Proceedings of the 4th international Hamito-Semitic congress, Marburg, September, Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.

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A: Afrika, 13). A Dictionary of Ngizim, Berkeley: University of California Press, (University of California Publications in Linguistics, vol.

99). Several unpublished papers and lists.5/5(2). Atlas of Nigerian Languages- ed - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.5/5(1). Further spread took Afrasian languages southward down through the Arabian Peninsula, across the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, and into the Horn of Africa, westward across northern Africa, and then southward across the Sahara Desert into what is today the area bordering northern.

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Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. Search Search. WEST CHADIC VOWEL CORRESPONDENCES* Russe 11 G, Schull. Introduction. This is an offprint from: James Bynon (ed.) CURRENT PROGRESS IN AFRO-ASIA TIC LINGUISTICS: Papers of the Third International Hamito-Semitic Congress John Benjamins Publishing Company Amsterdam/Philadelphia (Published as Volume 28 of the CURRENT ISSUES IN LINGUISTIC THEORY series) ISSN.

If we quote a common word shared by several dialects of the same language or by several languages of the same family & the word has the same phonologic form & the same meaning in all these dialects\languages, their names may be separated by a solidus (slant line), e.g.

Os V/Vy/Ty {Ht.} (= Vakh, Vasyugan & Teryugan dialects of Ostyak, as. ISBN LINCOM Studies in African Linguistics pp. USD / EUR / GBP Barawa Lexicon A Wordlist of Eight South Bauchi (West Chadic) Languages: Boghom, Buli, Dott, Geji, Jimi, Polci, Sayanci and Zul RONALD COSPER Saint Mary's University, Canada, and Bayero University Kano, Nigeria The South Bauchi group of languages, spoken in northern Nigeria is the.

Bole-Tangale The linguistic classification of Goemai On the other hand, however, Goemai shares considerable similarities with other Chadic languages - not in the area of morphology, but in the area of semantics. features (see Ladefoged and Maddieson ) and thus not very informative, they will not be used in this book.

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30 Archaeology. No category; Online bibliography of Chadic and Hausa linguistics. Kavadi N. & Southworth F. C.,Spoken Marathi (Book I: First-year Intensive Course), Philadelphie, The University of The Languages of the Eastern Family of the East New Guinea Highland Stock, Seattle, Londres, University of WashingtonBole-Tangale Languages of the Bauchi Area (Northern Nigeria), Berlin, D.

1 [Anonymous] Herero [Anonymous] Jahresnamen der Herero von 2 [Anonymous] Sukuma [Anonymous] Sukuma plants and their traditional uses 3. Gbor Takcs. Institute of Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Dept. of Egyptology, ELTE, Hungary. Some Berber Etymologies VI 1 The article continues the authors general research in the field of Afro-Asiatic comparative linguistics, concentrating on new Afro-Asiatic etymologies for.

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These are gradually giving way to Hausa, as in Maiduguri. A better sense of whether Maiduguri is exceptional or comparable to elsewhere would help provide a fresh perspective on the data included in this book. Shimizu, Kiyoshi. The Southern Bauchi Group of Chadic Languages.

A Survey Report. Africana Marburgen-sia. Special Issue 2, Siebert, Raiph. Languages of the Abbaya/Chamo Area — Report Part I (with Notes on Koorete by L.

Hoeft). Survey of Little-Known Languages of Ethiopia (S.L.L.E.) Repo Author: Такач Габор.In the Gongola Basin alone, more than 50 languages are spoken, many of them belonging to the Bole-Tangale group of the West Chadic language family.

As the most eastern member of the Bole-Tangale group, Maha is of high interest as it borders the typologically very different Central Chadic, Niger-Congo and Nilo-Saharan languages.mological dictionary of Egyptian.

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