3 edition of Aspects of Cameroon English usage found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 306-314) and index.
|Series||LINCOM studies in English linguistics -- 10|
|LC Classifications||PE3442.C3 K68 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 314 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||314|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kouega, Jean-Paul. Aspects of Cameroon English usage. München: Lincom, (OCoLC) Material Type. Cameroon English is an English dialect spoken predominantly in Cameroon, mostly learned as a second language.
It shares some similarities with English varieties in neighbouring West Africa, as Cameroon lies at the west of Central Africa.
It is primarily spoken in the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon. It is a postcolonial variety of English, long in use in the territory (Southern. Cameroon, country lying at the junction of western and central Africa.
Its ethnically diverse population is among the most urban in western Africa. The capital is Yaoundé, located in the south-central part of the country. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
The Bamenda highlands, Cameroon. Syndication International Ltd. Africa:: Cameroon. Lake Nyos is a crater lake on the flank of an inactive volcano. Magma beneath the lake leaks carbon dioxide into the waters. Inthe lake emitted a large cloud of carbon dioxide that suffocated nearly 1, people and some 3, livestock in nearby villages.
Factbook photos - obtained from a variety of sources - are in. From inside the book. What Botswana British Cameroon code-switching colonial communication consonant context creole languages cultural deviations East English in Africa English language teaching English Studies ethnic (English) - History and criticism English language English language - Africa English language - Social aspects - Africa.
Simo Bobda, Augustin Overview. LAUD symposium whose main theme was "Empowerment through language", of which this book is an emanation and an extension."--Pub.
desc. Aspects of Cameroon English phonology by Augustin Simo Bobda. Cameroon is a Central African nation on the Gulf of Guinea. Bantu speakers were among the first groups to settle Cameroon, followed by the Muslim Fulani until German domination in After World War I, the French took over 80% of the area, and the British 20%.
After World War II, self-government was granted, and ina unitary republic. This chapter sets out to study some of the functional extensions that have been attributed to Cameroon English (CamE) “that”.
This involves two phenomena, namely, that-complements and echo-questions. As for that-complements, it is seen that some verbs in CamE select that-complements in contexts that are not attested in British : Bonaventure M.
Sala. Using comparisons with other languages, the book identifies universal as well as language-specific aspects of variation in English. This book is specially designed to meet the needs of students, each chapter contains useful exercises targeted at three different ability levels and succinct summaries and practical lists of key words help students Author: Peter Siemund.
Kouega, J.P. () A Dictionary of Cameroon Pidgin English Usage: Pronunciation, Grammar and Vocabulary. Lincom Europa, Muenchen.
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This list is based on CrossRef data as of 05 april Abstract. With reference to Cameroon English (CamE), this chapter investigates certain structural variations at the level of pronominal usage.
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