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ERIC Number: ED014707
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 1
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SWAHILI GRAMMAR AND SYNTAX. DUQUESNE STUDIES, AFRICAN SERIES 1.
LOOGMAN, ALFONS
THIS COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF SWAHILI, ONE OF THE BANTU LANGUAGES IN THE NIGER-CONGO GROUP, IS BASED ON THE AUTHOR'S 37 YEARS OF WRITING AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN EAST AFRICA. THE STUDY IS INTENDED TO PRESENT THE SWAHILI LANGUAGE IN TERMS OF ITS OWN STRUCTURE, RATHER THAN IN TERMS OF LATIN OR ENGLISH GRAMMARS. A PRELIMINARY SECTION IN PART ONE DEALS WITH PRONUNCIATION, AFFIXES, THE N-PREFIX, TEMPORAL TERMS, AND CURRENCY AND MEASURES. FOLLOWING CHAPTERS COVER MORPHOLOGICAL ELEMENTS. PART TWO DEALS WITH SYNTAX. A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY, LIST OF APHORISMS, AND AN INDEX ARE INCLUDED. THIS TEXT IS AVAILABLE FOR $7.50 FROM THE DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY PRESS, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. (AMM)
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Authoring Institution: Duquesne Univ., Pittsburgh, PA.
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