Notes on Mada Phonology. Language Data, Africa Series, Publication 23. Dallas, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics. Rosendall, H.J. (1992). A Phonological Study of the Gwari Lects. Dallas, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics.
Author: Augustine Agwuele
Category: Foreign Language Study
The Handbook of African Linguistics provides a holistic coverage of the key themes, subfields, approaches and practical application to the vast areas subsumable under African linguistics that will serve researchers working across the wide continuum in the field. Established and emerging scholars of African languages who are active and current in their fields are brought together, each making use of data from a linguistic group in Africa to explicate a chosen theme within their area of expertise, and illustrate the practice of the discipline in the continent.
Studies in African Linguistics, Supplement 8.89–92. Maho, Jouni Filip. 1999. A comparative study of Bantu noun classes. ... Journal of Phonetics 18. ... Notes on Mada phonology. Dallas, TX: SIL. Rowlands,E. C.1962.
Author: John R. Watters
Publisher: Language Science Press
This volume is the first in what hopefully will be a growing set of edited volumes and monographs concerning Niger-Congo comparative studies. This first volume addresses matters that are relevant to the entire East Benue-Congo family as well as the particular branches Kainji, Plateau, and Bantoid. In the case of Bantoid, the particular focus is on Grassfields and the Grassfields-Bantu borderland, though other Bantoid subgroups are referenced. The potential topics for comparative studies among these languages are numerous, but this volume is dedicated to presentations on nominal affixes, third person pronouns, and verbal extensions. A forthcoming volume will provide some results of reconstructions and lexicostatistics in Cross River, exploratory reconstructions in Southern Jukunoid, and reconstructions in Ekoid-Mbe and Mambiloid.
14. The Institute of African Studies , University of Ghana , Legon . Price , Norman . 1989. “ Notes on Mada phonology . ” Language Data , Africa Series , Publication 23. Dallas : Summer Institute of Linguistics . Roberts , John R. 1987.
Notes on Mada phonology . Language Data , Africa Series , Publication 23. Dallas : Summer Institute of Linguistics . Prince , Alan , and Paul Smolensky . 1993. Optimality Theory : Constraint interaction in Generative Grammar .
Author: Michael Cahill
Publisher: Publications in Linguistics (S
Category: Foreign Language Study
This study combines a descriptive and theoretical presentation of Kɔnni, a Gur language of northern Ghana. It presents an Optimality Theory analysis of the entire phonological system. The descriptions are separated from the formal analyses in order to facilitate use by both descriptivists and theoreticians.Morphology is described, including the noun class system, reduplicative agentive nouns, noun-adjective complexes, nominal derivations, and various verbal aspectual suffixes. Major sections are included on consonants, vowels, and tone. The volume also includes a brief syntax sketch, co occurrence restrictions, phoneme frequency counts, measurements of segment durations and vowel formants, and seven appendices of data. Selected notes of interest:? Some phonology is limited to only certain noun classes.' The 9-vowel ATR vowel system and diphthongization are integrally related.' Certain vowels assimilate only across consonants having the same place feature. ? Tonal perturbations require four different underlying representations for different nouns which have a surface [LH] tone.' True tonal polarity is distinct from dissimilation.' Two cases of syntax-phonology interface are demonstrated.Michael Cahill (Ph.D., linguistics, The Ohio State University, 1999) has been with SIL since 1982, and worked on site with Kɔnni speakers from 1986 to 1993. He was a member of the LSA's Committee on Endangered Languages and their Preservation from 2001-2003, chairing it in 2003. He is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Texas at Arlington and of the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics and is currently based in Dallas as the International Linguistics Coordinator of SIL.
Mr. Norman Price's discussion on palatalisation and labialisation in his „ Notes on Mada Phonology ” ( 1989 ) was a helpful insight . According to J.H. Greenberg ( 1963 ) Tarok is Benue - Congo , subgroup Plateau 7.
This book, first published in 1933, examines the dialect of the people of Byers Green in County Durham. Orton explores the possible reasons behind why the dialect has signs of external influences, and the ways in which it differs to the dialects of other populations in County Durham. This title will be of interest to students of language and linguistics.
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Department of Linguistics. Ladefoged , Peter , and Ian Maddieson . ( 1996 ) . ... Studies in African Linguistics , Supp . 8 : 89-91 . Maddieson , Ian . 1984. ... Notes on Mada Phonology . Language Data , Africa Series , Publication 23.
Author: Ohio State University. Department of Linguistics
Pacific Linguistics Series A 63 . Price , Norman . 1989. Notes on Mada Phonology . Language Data , Africa Series , Publication 23. Dallas : Summer Institute of Linguistics . Roberts , John R. 1987. Amele . New York : Croon Helm .
Notes on Mada phonology . Dallas : SIL . n.d. Mada - English dictionary . Ms. JOS : NBTT . Priest , P. & J. Proest . n.d. Jibu dictionary . Mimeo . Serti . Rowlands , E.C. 1962. Notes on some class languages of Northern Nigeria .
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It is not being suggested that in all cases where only a portion of a base forms the domain of a phonological or ... We will illustrate this with Diyari examples from Austin (1981): (35) Root Reduplicated root (at) mada 'stone, ...
Author: Jacques Durand
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Frontiers of Phonology is a collection of essays that present a selective overview of trends in the linguistic analysis of sound structure. The essays are written by specialists from Europe, Canada and the USA and discuss issues from three broad areas of phonology: the nature and representation of phonological features; the role and structure of the skeletal tier and syllable structure; and the competing claims of derivational and declarative approaches to phonology. The book provides a forum for lively discussion of important theoretical topics from various standpoints including metrical and autosegmental phonology, dependency phonology and declarative phonology. The contributors, who are protagonists of these different standpoints, compare notes and show the merits of their different approaches. The essays discussing derivational issues offer an excellent introduction to the area of constraints based phonology, and by covering the phonology of many languages the book provides an understanding of how human languages in general use sound.
Notes on Mada phonology . ( Language Data ; Africa Series , 23. ) Dallas : Summer Institute of Linguistics . 49 pp . Puglielli , Annarita . 1988. Proceedings of the Third International Congress of Somali Studies .
Note , though , that it is possible to substitute intransitive prefixes on to transitive verbs in M with certain effects , such as the formation of mediopassives ( ibid : 85 ) : ( 66 ) ngungmadjbud mada malakbirrij 1 - NT - close VE ...
Author: Charles W. Kreidler
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Grammar, Comparative and general
Phonology: Critical Concepts, the first such anthology to appear in thirty years and the largest ever published, brings together over a hundred previously published book chapters and articles from professional journals. These have been chosen for their importance in the exploration of theoretical questions, with some preference for essays that are not easily accessible.Divided into sections, each part is preceded by a brief introduction which aims to point out the problems addressed by the various articles and show their relations to one another.-
POSTSCRIPT Since writing the above notes the above notes I have happily discovered ” the textbooks issued under the auspices of the International Phonetic Association , and have been able to acquaint myself to some extent with the ...
There are street lights and such like') This use of Š-minn-ah seems oddly reminiscent of Cairene ikminn- because, since'178 sibab/asbab mâ madä-ni azra' asbāb l-barbirilli zira'nā-h, l-awwali, rāh (1) 'I haven't had the time to plant ...
Author: Clive Holes
The aim of Dialect, Culture and Society in Eastern Arabia is to give a detailed description of the Arabic dialects and culture of the island state of Bahrain of the pre-oil era. The present Volume III: Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Style, is based on an extensive archive of recorded material, gathered for its ethnographic as well as its purely linguistic interest.
... and an antepenultimate accent when trimoraic or longer: mada 'not yet', mushiro 'rather', mochiron 'of course', shibaraku 'for one moment', yurai 'in the beginning' (but note that as a noun yurai° 'the origin' is atonic).
Author: Laurence Labrune
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This book is the fullest account of the phonology of Japanese and its major dialects ever published. It presents original analyses of every aspect of the Japanese sound system, including its segment inventory, prosodic units, mora and syllable, prosody, and accent. Its clear presentation will appeal to phonologists throughout the world.