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Tense and aspect in Bantu
1. Introduction 2. Verb Structure and Categories in Bantu 3. Tense 4. Aspect 5. Other Categories 6. What Can be Assumed for Proto-Bantu? 7. Processes of Change Appendices Acknowledgements
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African Languages: An Introduction
List of maps Notes on contributors 1. Introduction Bernd Heine and Derek Nurse 2. Niger-Congo Kay Williamson and Roger Blench 3. Nilo-Saharan Lionel M. Bender 4. Afroasiatic Richard J. Hayward 5.Expand
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Aspect and Tense in Bantu Languages
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The Bantu Languages
Written by an international team of experts, this comprehensive volume presents grammatical analyses of individual Bantu languages, comparative studies of their main phonetic, phonological andExpand
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A linguistic geography of Africa
1. Introduction Bernd Heine and Derek Nurse 2. Is Africa a linguistic area? Bernd Heine and Zelealem Leyew 3. Africa as a phonological area Nick Clements and Annie Rialland 4. Africa as aExpand
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Swahili and Sabaki: A Linguistic History
The Sabaki languages form a major Bantu subgroup and are spoken by 35 million East Africans in Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, and the Comoro Islands. The authors provide aExpand
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Common tense-aspect markers in Bantu
Résumé We have two aims here. One is to provide an inventory and typological overview of the commonest pre-stem and suffixal tense-aspect markers across Bantu. We examine geographical distribution,Expand
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