Studies in Ghanaian Languages and Linguistics

ISBN 978-3-89645-366-2

Studies in Ghanaian Languages and Linguistics

Edited by: Ephraim Avea Nsoh, Vincent Erskine Aziaku, Anthony Agoswin Musah. With contributions by: Antionette Mawuena Abotsi, Helen Atipoka Adongo, George Akanlig-Pare, Sandow Aweaka Atibiri, Vincent Erskine Aziaku, Kenneth Bodua-Mango, Akua Campbell, Reginald Akuoko Duah, David Moro Jindayu, Sampson Korsah, Anthony Agoswin Musah, Ephraim Avea Nsoh.

Series: FAB Frankfurt African Studies Bulletin Volume 30

195 pp.
54 tables, numerous diagrams and charts
Text language(s): English
Format: 160 x 240 mm
390 g
€ 59.80

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Antoinette Mawuena Abotsi / Vincent Erskine Aziaku: Ethnosemantics of Èʋé Names

Helen Atipoka Adongo / George Akanlig-Pare: Tone and Tonal Processes in Gurenɛ

Sandow Aweaka Atibiri / Anthony Agoswin Musah: Personal Names in Kusaal

Kenneth Bodua-Mango: Compound Coordinators in Safaliba

Akua Campbell: A Historical Analysis of Gã Future Morphemes

Reginald Akuoko Duah: On Reduplicated Verbs as Morphological Causatives in Akan

David Moro Jindayu: Gonja Personal Names – A Socio-Cultural Perspective

Sampson Korsah: Object Pro Drop in Gã and the Radical Pro-Drop Generalization

Ephraim Avea Nsoh: Agreement Mismatches in the Noun Phrase of the Gurenɛ Dialect of Farefari

Undere these links you will find publications of the contributors and on further Ghanaian languages and cultures:

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