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The acquisition of Swahili

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Published by John Benjamins in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementKamil Ud Deen.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL5000
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 241 p. :
Number of Pages241
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22716608M
ISBN 109027253005


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This monograph is the first study of the acquisition of Swahili as a first language. It focuses on the acquisition of inflectional affixes, with a particular emphasis on subject agreement and tense. Other inflectional affixes are also investigated, including object agreement and :   This monograph is the first study of the acquisition of Swahili as a first language.

It focuses on the acquisition of inflectional affixes, with a particular emphasis on subject agreement and tense. Other inflectional affixes are also investigated, including object agreement and by: This monograph is the first study of the acquisition of Swahili as a first language. It focuses on the acquisition of inflectional affixes, with a particular emphasis on subject agreement and tense.

Other inflectional affixes are also investigated, including object agreement and mood. The study surveys the adult dialect in question, Nairobi Swahili, discussing social, phonological, morphological and syntactic. This monograph is the first study of the acquisition of Swahili as a first language.

It focuses on the acquisition of inflectional affixes, with a particular emphasis on subject agreement and tense. Other inflectional affixes are also investigated, including object agreement and mood.

The study surveys the adult dialect in question, Nairobi Swahili, discussing social, phonological, morphological and syntactic.

The Acquisition of Subject and Object Clitics in Swahili Endocliticization and the Lexical Integrity Hypothesis: Insights from Degema Afterword: On clitic omission and the acquisition.

The Acquisition of Swahili Verbal Morphology Kamil Ud Deen UCLA Abstract Recently, much attention has focused on the so-called Root Infinitive(RI) phenomenon, where children in languages such as German use infinitival verbs in root context, seemingly optionally. English has been. Swahili language has been influences by a variety of other language, including Arabic, Portuguese and German.

There are many Swahili words with foreign origins, including the following: sita ‘six’ (Arabic), saba ‘seven’ (Arabic), shule ‘school’ (German), bendera ‘flag’ (Portuguese), kitabu ‘book.

exhaustive analysis of Swahili morpho-syntax, but rather to provide a reader who has little or no knowledge of the Bantu languages with enough information to adequately understand the subsequent acquisition chapters.

Swahili has a complex and controversial status in Eastern Africa today. There are currently approximately 50 million speakers of. Swahili is a Bantu language of the Niger-Congo family and has a typical, complicated Bantu structure. For example, Swahili utilizes over 13 noun classes, the equivalence of a romance language having 13 genders.

Three full noun classes are devoted to different aspects of space and time. Swahili represents an African World view quite different. ← Acquiescence acquisition → Other Refferences: (12) I managed to acquire all the books I needed (13) Meaning and definitions of acquire, translation in Swahili language for acquire with similar and opposite words.

Also find spoken pronunciation of acquire in Swahili and in English language. (12) I managed to acquire all the books I needed (13) Young men going out to work were having to stay longer if they were to acquire rural assets. (14) John went on to acquire properties and land in and around the village for future preservation.

This monograph is the first study of the acquisition of Swahili as a first language. It focuses on the acquisition of inflectional affixes, with a particular emphasis on subject agreement and tense. Other inflectional affixes are also investigated, including object agreement and mood.

Download Citation | On Jan 1,Kamil Ud The acquisition of Swahili book published The Acquisition of Swahili verbal morphology | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

acquisition translation in English-Swahili dictionary. sw Dada mmoja misionari aliyebatizwa akiwa kijana-tineja aliandika hivi: “Inaonekana mimi nilijiweka wakfu kutumikia Muumba wangu kuanzia umri ule ule nilipong’amua kwamba yeye yuko, lakini nilipojipatia maarifa sahihi ya kumjua yeye na makusudi yake kwa kadiri fulani, nilitaka kubatizwa ili huo uwe ushuhuda wa kinje-nje juu ya uhakika.

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Kenya: identity of a nation. New Africa Press. ISBN Swahili, also known by its native name Kiswahili, is a Bantu language and the first language of the Swahili is a lingua franca of the African Great Lakes region and other parts of eastern and south-eastern Africa, including Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, some parts of Malawi, Somalia, Zambia, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

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It focuses on the acquisition of inflectional affixes, with a particular emphasis on subject agreement and tense. Other inflectional affixes are also investigated, including object agreement and mood. The Swahili language or Kiswahili is a Bantu language and the mother tongue of the Swahili is spoken by various communities inhabiting the African Great Lakes region and other parts of Southeast Africa, including Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The closely related Comorian language, spoken in the Comoros Islands, is sometimes. Those at the Kenyan coast will speak more proper or “clean” Swahili (Swahili sanifu) than those in Nairobi, as this area is where the language originated.

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The order of morphemes in adult Swahili is: Subject Agreement – Tense – (Object Agreement) –Verb Root – (derivational suffixes) –Mood Vowel. I present data from an original corpus of 4 Swahili-speaking children (ages 1;;0) who were recorded in Nairobi, Kenya. ‘the book-s’ In this study, I examine the acquisition of number marking that is expressed quite differ-ently from in English.

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