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Pluractonality in Hausa

by Katerina SouДЌkovГЎ

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Published by LOT in Utrecht .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Univ., Diss--Zugl.: Leiden, 2011

StatementKaterina Součková
SeriesLOT -- 287, LOT -- 287
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 225 S
Number of Pages225
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27081547M
ISBN 109460930719
ISBN 109789460930713
OCLC/WorldCa838865579

This book is a comprehensive grammar of Hausa, one of the largest and most important languages of Africa. Hausa is spoken by some 35 million people as a first language and approximately 15 million more as a second language. Paul Newman, a world authority on the Hausa language, draws on two centuries of Hausa linguistic scholarship to provide. The Hausa language: An encyclopedic reference grammar. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Google Scholar. Rett, Jessica. Similatives and the argument structure of verbs. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory – Crossref Web of Science Google Scholar. Ross, Malcolm.

Find a huge variety of new & used Hausa language books online including bestsellers & rare titles at the best prices. Shop Hausa language books at Alibris. As in Ainu, pluractionality may be used for politeness. In Hausa Chadic languages such as Hausa use reduplicated verbs with "a general meaning of a repeated action, an action simultaneously performed by several agents, and action performed on more than one object, or various combinations of these 'plural' meanings" (Eulenberg ).

desertification of the Sahara. The Hausa states as they exist today were founded in the 14th Century A.D. Following the jihad launched by Shehu Usuman Ɗan Fodio from to , the Sokoto caliphate replaced the old Hausa kingdoms. That is when the Hausa Islamic poetry was born, which constitutes the first trace of Hausa written in ajami3. Hausa a rubuce provides an exhaustive listing, although without annotation, of available Hausa newspapers, pamphlets, books, and other literary materials gathered from all over northern Nigeria up to the time of publication. Newman, Paul. Hausa and the Chadic Language Family: A Bibliography. Cologne: Köppe, E-mail Citation».


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The aim of this book is to give the first large-scale typological investigation of pluractionality in the languages of the world. Pluractionality is defined as the morphological modification of the verb to express a plurality of situations that can additionally involve a plurality of participants and/or spaces.

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Based on original fieldwork, this paper brings novel data to bear on the issue of how we delimit the term. Power and Paradox in Hausa Bori: Discourses of Gender, Healing and Islamic Tradition in Northern Nigeria Susan M.

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One year later the bureau published Muhammadu Bello’s Gandoki, in which its hero, Gandoki, struggles against the British colonial regime.The morphological expression of plurality and pluractionality in Mandarin. Author links open overlay requires that there be at least one event of me looking for a book (though maybe more), example (7) [= (10b)], which bears the pluractional suffix, is false if K.

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