Globalisation and African Languages: Risks and Benefits

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Walter de Gruyter, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 326 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
African Languages in Basic Education Proceedings of the First Work
18
with P Amakali Nalenale okwa Once upon a time Tales
28
Indianer und andere Minderheiten Uberlegungen zu einer
31
An underexploited national resource?
53
Martin Putz
68
African languages
85
African privilege or necessity
103
CrossBorder Languages Reports and Studies Regional Workshop
178
The impact of Kiswahili on Kiluguru
181
Loan words in Swahili
199
The noun phrase in the Kerebe language
219
The infinitive as a part of speech in Swahili
243
How many languages are there in Africa really?
279
Languages and language names in Mozambique
297
Observations on Swahili and Midzichenda plant names
313

Using Northern Sotho as medium of instruction in
119
Attitudes among
163

Common terms and phrases

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