Kurzgrammatik des Ewe
Author: Helma Pasch. Series edited by: Wilhelm J.G. Möhlig, Bernd Heine.
Series: Grammatical Analyses of African Languages Volume 51995
Text language(s): German
Format: 160 x 240 mm
Ewe is spoken in the West African countries Togo, Ghana, Benin and Nigeria and is one of the best documented African languages. This grammatical sketch represents an introduction to the phonology, tonology, morphology, and syntax of Ewe.
Special focus lies on a partly new description and examination of the conventional tonology. The description of the language is based on the Aŋlo-dialect which is acknowledged in Ghana and Togo as standard language. It also takes into account the form and structure of dialects that are spoken in other regions towards the East. This volume contains a map of dialects of Ewe as well as an author and subject index.
In 2013, an introduction into Ewe for pedagogical purposes was published by us that already in 2015 appeared in a second, fully revised edition (see link below):
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