grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo.

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This monograph is a descriptive grammar of a dialect of Ịjọor (Ijaw), a language spoken in the Niger Delta area of Southern Nigeria. The dialect described, Kolokuma, is quite widely understood.

The most interesting features of the language, on which the monograph concentrates, are its syntax and tonal by: A Grammar of the Kolokuma Dialect of Ijo by Kay Williamson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Williamson, Kay.

Grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kay Williamson. First published inthis monograph is a descriptive grammar of a dialect of Ịjọor (Ijaw), a language spoken in the Niger Delta area of Southern Nigeria.

The dialect described, Kolokuma, is a central one, quite widely understood. OLAC Language Resource Catalog. Search for language resources.

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Williamson, K. A grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo. PhD Thesis, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge. A Grammar of the Kolokuma Dialect of Ijo - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. A Grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo.

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Ijaw languages. The Ijaw languages (/ˈiːdʒɔː/), also spelt Ịjọ, are the languages spoken by the Ijo people in southern ity: Ijaw. Ijo (Kolokuma) / Position of negative words relative to beginning and end of clause and with respect to adjacency to verb; Ijo (Kolokuma) / Preverbal Negative Morphemes; Ijo (Kolokuma) / Order of Negative Morpheme and Verb; Ijo (Kolokuma) / Multiple Negative Constructions in SOV Languages; Ijo (Kolokuma) / SONegV Order.

Dictionary of Kolokuma Nzn Kay Williamson (†) & Roger Blench 3 adakádà n. nonsense: Béi yè gbangh b, adakádà This thing you want to say, it’s nonsense. adákàyú as in adákàyú adákàyú kàámèé full of complaints about this or that adámà n.

common rafter adamál ìkạ́ n. unexpected entanglement: Ar í ̣ ma bei èseb t ́gha o, adamál ìká ḳ ì ̣File Size: 3MB. Van Katwijk, A. (), ‘A Grammar of Dutch Number Names’, Foundations of Language 1, 51–8.

Google Scholar Williamson, Kay (), ‘A Grammar of the Kolokuma Dialect of Ijo’, West African Language Monographs by: 4. Izon (Ịzọn), also known as (Central–Western) Ijo, Ijaw, Izo and Uzo, is the dominant Ijaw language, spoken by a majority of the Ijaw people of Nigeria.

There are about thirty dialects, all mutually intelligible, of which the most important are Gbanran, Ekpetiama and Kolokuma. Kolokuma is the language of ge family:. 13 Ijo (Kolokuma dialect, Ijoid) Derek Nurse/Christa Beaudoin-Lietz General Between one and two million people speak varieties of Ijoid in southeast Nigeria‟s Niger Delta.

There are probably fewer t Kolokuma speakers. Ijo‟s nine vowels divide into two +/- ATR sets, with /a/ belonging to both sets.

Structure, Style and Content Analysis Izon fié Book and Audio CD is a paged Izon language resource material written in Izon (Kolokuma dialect) with English translations by the Veteran Izon language instructor, researcher and author Mr. Ogonibenitari Alfred Egberipou of Kaiama Town in Kolokumo/Opokuma Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.

Listing of language information for Izon. 1, (Williamson ).Kolokuma ( UBS). 1, all Ijo languages. In fact, her PhD thesis was on the grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo. But later on she totally abandoned syntax in favour of phonology and historical linguistics.

In an interview she granted Professor E. Emenanjo and me, when we produced the first festschrift in her honour, she said she was first attracted to syntax under the influence. A Grammar of the Kolokuma Dialect of Ijo.

Williamson, Kay () Compendio da lingua brazilica para uzo dos que a ella se quizerem dedicar. de Faria, Francisco Raimundo Correia () Para: Typ.~de Santos & Filhos A Grammar of the Kolokuma Dialect of Ijo.

Williamson, Kay () West African Language Monographs Vol. 2 Cambridge. The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language: Primary texts; Lexical resources; ONLINE A Grammar of the Kolokuma Dialect of Ijo.

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A grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo () Cambridge University Press Cambridge Williamson, K. () A grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. the Acoustical Society of America, 54, –Cited by: Description: This monograph is a descriptive grammar of a dialect of Ịjọor (Ijaw), a language spoken in the Niger Delta area of Southern Nigeria.

The dialect described, Kolokuma, is quite widely understood. The most interesting features of the language, on which the monograph concentrates, are its syntax and tonal system. Zygmunt Frajzyngier, A Grammar of Lele. Stanford Monographs in African Languages, W.R. Leben, Larry M.

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Kay Williamson. 11 Aug Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Teach Physical Education. Jacqueline A Williams. In creole studies, there has been a long tradition of discussing the respective contributions of African languages in the genesis of creoles spoken primarily in the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans.

Creolists have often assumed that the African languages that contributed to the creation of creoles were typologically rather uniform (r ). "Izon, the largest member of the Ijo group has many dialects like Bumo (Boma, Bomo), East Tarakiri, Oporomo, Oladiama, Bassan (Basan), Apoi, Ogboin, Kolokuma, Opokuma, etc.

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There are some publications in some of these dialects, especially in Kolokuma dialect, which has a dictionary, prayer and hymn book, primary school texts, a course book, etc. A. Books and monographs Williamson, K. (2nd edition ). A Grammar of the Kolokuma Dialect of ¡jo (West African Language Monographs, 2).

London: Cambridge University Press. Thomas, E. and K. Williamson () Wordlists of Delta Edo: Epie, Engenni, Degema (Occasional Publication No. 8). Ibadan: Institute of African Studies, University of.A grammar of the Kolokuma dialect of Ijo (West African language monograph series 2) by Kay Williamson () The future of the Ijo language and its dialects by Boma Ibi-Egberi Amasoye () JUTE and the IJO by Editor () Fibo Fibo Gbidi: Plato's Phaedo translated into the Nembe Dialect of Ijo by translator] Plato [B.

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