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Despite its very recent history of cultivation in Ethiopia, rice is one of the potential grain crops that could contribute to the efforts for the realization of food security in the country. However,… Continue Reading
This paper describes the meanings and use of utterance particle ʔɨnde in Amharic, in relation to the relevance theory of communication (Wilson & Sperber 1995). Relevance theory attempts to capture… Continue Reading
Background Compliance with ethical, regulatory, and scientific guidelines does not always guarantee consideration of external stakeholders’ concerns in research. In 2007, UNAIDS and AVAC: Global… Continue Reading
Every language has mechanisms to express negation. Variant forms of negatives in different languages may be expressed through the position of negative markers, their form, interpretation, and the way… Continue Reading
In this paper we treat copula construction in Dime. We made also some reviews of other Omotic languages. We made a few comparisons with copula clauses in Hamar and Ari, which are much closed to Dime.… Continue Reading
This book presents the first comprehensive study of Dime, an endangered Omotic language spoken by about 5400 speakers in south-west Ethiopia. The study presents analysis of the phonology, morphology… Continue Reading