2 edition of Introduction to the phonology of the Bantu languages found in the catalog.
Introduction to the phonology of the Bantu languages
|Contributions||Warmelo, Nicolaas Jacobus van, 1904-,, Werner, Alice, 1859-1935,|
|LC Classifications||PL8025 M43|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
This accessible textbook provides a clear and practical introduction to phonology, the study of sound patterns in language. Designed for undergraduates with only a basic knowledge of linguistics, it logically develops the techniques of phonological analysis. The Bantu languages (or Narrow Bantu languages) are a branch of the Niger-Congo are about languages in the Bantu family, languages in the Southern Bantoid branch which includes Bantu, and 1, in Niger-Congo. Bantu languages are spoken largely east and south of the present day country of Cameroon; i.e., in the regions commonly known as central Africa, east Africa, Geographic distribution: Subsaharan Africa, mostly .
The Bantu languages (English: / ˈ b æ n t uː /, Proto-Bantu: *bantʊ̀) are a large family of languages spoken by the Bantu peoples throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.. As part of the Bantoid group, they are part of the Benue–Congo language family, which in turn is part of the large Niger–Congo phylum.. The total number of Bantu languages ranges in the hundreds, depending on the definition Ethnicity: Bantu peoples. Introducing Phonology Designed for students with only a basic knowledge of linguistics, this Cambridge University Press - Introducing Phonology: Second Edition David Odden Frontmatter so Bantu languages will be cited as “Bantu,” File Size: 1MB.
Francis Katamba (b. ) is a Ugandan-born British is currently an emeritus professor at the Department of Linguistics and English Language of Lancaster University, United Kingdom. His research focuses on English phonology and morphology, morphological Alma mater: Lancaster University. The second model of the favored English Phonetics and Phonology textbook has been extensively updated and expanded to provide bigger flexibility for teachers and elevated assist for non-native audio system studying the sound strategies of English.
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Introduction to the phonology of the Bantu languages: Being the English version of "Grundriss einer Lautlehre der Bantusprachen" Unknown Binding – January 1, by Carl Meinhof (Author)Author: Carl Meinhof.
Introduction to the phonology of the Bantu languages; Unknown Binding – January 1, by Carl Meinhof (Author)Author: Carl Meinhof. Introduction to the phonology of the Bantu languages: being the English version of "Grundriss einer Lautlehre der Bantusprachen".
Authors. Carl Meinhof, Nicolaas Jacobus Van Warmelo. Editor. Nicolaas Jacobus Van Warmelo. The phonology of Bantu languages is of particular interest for testing grammatical theories, because on the one hand one can find a high degree of sameness in many aspects of their grammars, but on the other hand one also encounters a high degree of difference among languages in specific details.
Introduction to the phonology of the Bantu languages: Being the English version of "Grundriss einer Lautlehre der Bantusprachen". Authors Carl Meinhof, Nicolaas Jacobus Van Warmelo, International African Institute. INTRODUCTION: Phonetics and Phonology in Bantu This Special Issue (SI) developed out of convivial and collegial conversations between Bantuists who work on the phonetics and phonology of Bantu languages during the joint conference of the Southern African Applied Linguistics Association (SAALA), South African Association for Language.
Meinhof () in the work Introduction to the Phonology of the Bantu Languages writes on the phonology of Kiswahili language. As he puts it, the work chiefly deals with Zanzibari dialects.
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study of Bantu tonology, like the study of all aspects of phonology, has been carried out within a rule-based model of phonology. In rule-based theories, analyses are tightly linked to phenomena (alternations, distributional patterns).
If a phenomenon is observed in a language, a rule is proposed to “predict” the occurrence of the phenomenon. The structure of the book is slightly unusual: most textbooks for beginning students, even if they focus on English, tend to begin with an outline of elementary universal phonetics, and introduce phonological concepts later.
I have started the other way round: in a book which is primarily intended as an introduction to phonology, it seems appro-File Size: 1MB. Introduction The phonological inventories of the world's languages exhibit non-random patterns relating to how phonemes are grouped into natural classes, the types of processes targeting these Author: Jeff Good.
Full Description: "Gerard Philippson is Professor of Bantu Languages at the Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales and is a member of the Dyamique de Langage research team of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Lyon II University. He has mainly worked on comparative Bantu tonology.
Other areas of interest include Afro-Asiatic, general phonology, linguistic. Segmental Phonology 1. Introduction As in other parts of the grammar, Bantu segmental phonology can be characterized as a theme and variations: Despite the large number of languages and great geographic expanse that they cover, the most noteworthy properties concerning Bantu syllable structure, consonant/vowel inventories, and phonological File Size: 77KB.
Geographically, Bantu languages are spoken in the southern half of Africa. Genetically, they form part of Benue-Congo, itself a part of the huge Niger-Congo phylum. The exact place of Bantu in this framework is controversial, and there is no comprehensive overview of Bantu.
This volume provides a set of theoretically-informed descriptive and typological statements about Bantu. This book is the first general introduction to African languages and linguistics to be published in English.
It covers the four major language groupings (Niger 4/5(1). In languages which have lost the contrast, each TBU is both a syllable and a mora (and pre-consonantal nasals are typically non-syllabic). Multiple tone heights As indicated, most Bantu languages have an underlying two-height system, whether privative or equipollent.
In addition, many have only H and L in their outputs, e.g. Nande. Gerard Philippson is Professor of Bantu Languages at the Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales and is a member of the Dyamique de Langage research team of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Lyon II University.
He has mainly worked on comparative Bantu tonology. Other areas of interest include Afro-Asiatic, general phonology, linguistic classification and its. Introduction to the phonology of the Bantu languages. Being the English version of "Grundriss einer Lautlehre der Bantusprachen".
This book is the first general introduction to African languages and linguistics to be published in English. It covers the four major language groupings (Niger-Congo, Nilo-Saharan, Afroasiatic and Khoisan), the core areas of modern theoretical linguistics (phonology, morphology, syntax), typology, sociolinguistics, comparative linguistics, and language, history and by: Joseph Greenberg was born on to Jewish parents in Brooklyn, New York.
His first great interest was music. At the age of 14, he gave a piano concert in Steinway Hall. He continued to play the piano frequently throughout his life. After finishing high school, he decided to pursue a scholarly career rather than a musical : Linguistics, African anthropology.
Introduction to the phonology of the Bantu languages: being the Engl. version of "Grundriß e. Lautlehre d. Bantusprachen"."This book covers the scientific study of speech sounds in impressive breadth and depth. There is enough material here for two sophisticated courses or a solid one-semester introduction to both phonetics and phonology.
The writing style should please both instructors and students." - Cited by: language sound different from that of the native language of the speakers, and partly due to the lack of appropriate training in phonology courses. An Introduction to phonetics is designed to support EFL learners in achieving native-like pronunciation: • Chapter one deals with the history of phonology File Size: 3MB.