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Directions in Sudanese linguistics and folklore
Sayyid Hamid Hurriez
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Get this from a library. Directions in Sudanese linguistics and folklore. [Sayed Hamid A Hurreiz; Herman Bell; Jāmiʻat al-Kharṭūm.
Maʻhad al-Dirāsāt al-Afrīqīyah wa-al-Āsiyawīyah.;]. The proceedings of this conference were published in two separate books: Mahmūd, ʿAbd al-Qādir, ed., Studies on Ancient Languages of the Sudan (Khartūm, ); and Hurreiz, Sayyid and Bell, Herman, eds., Directions in Sudanese Linguistics and Folklore (Khartūm, ).Cited by: 4.
The Nubi language (also called Ki-Nubi) is a Sudanese Arabic-based creole language spoken in Uganda around Bombo, and in Kenya around Kibera, by the descendants of Emin Pasha's Sudanese soldiers who were settled there by the British colonial was spoken by ab people in Uganda in (according to the census), and an estima in Kenya; another source Early form: Bimbashi Arabic.
The Nubi language (also called Ki-Nubi) is a Sudanese Arabic-based creole language spoken in Uganda around Directions in Sudanese linguistics and folklore book, and in Kenya around Kibera, by the descendants of Emin Pasha's Sudanese soldiers who were settled there by the British colonial was spoken by ab people in Uganda in (according to the census), and an estima in Kenya; another source.
The article discusses the information structure of Juba Arabic, an Arabic-based pidgincreole of South Sudan, showing how the expression of topic and focus is the result Directions in Sudanese linguistics and folklore book a complex interaction of. Linguists have long assumed that Juba Arabic and Nubi, the two Arabic creoles spoken in East Africa, have been cut off from each other since their “linguistic divergence” in the s.
This historical interpretation, however, overlooks sociocultural (including linguistic) interactions between the Nubi-speaking communities of Uganda and Kenya and a minor Juba Arabic-speaking community in. The Changing Status of English Language in Sudan: A Historical Review Directions Directions in Sudanese linguistics and folklore book Sudanese Linguistics and Folklore.
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Directions in Sudanese Linguistics Directions in Sudanese linguistics and folklore book Folklore* (second part of the proceedings). Linguistic Monograph Series (mimeographed) 1. A Grammar of the Fur Language.* 2. The Verbal System in a Dialect of Nubian.* 3. Bagirmi Grammar.* 4. Uduk-English Dictionary.* 5.
Place Names in the Belly of Stones.* 6. The Murle Language: Grammar and Vocabulary.* 7. Some Aspects of Sudanese Colloquial Arabic. Sudan Notes and Records Sudanese Colloquial Arabic in Social and Historical Perspective.
In Direc-tions in Sudanese Linguistics and Folklore, edited by Sayed Hamid Hur-reiz and Herman Bell, Khartoum: Khartoum University Press. Bell, Herman The Directions in Sudanese linguistics and folklore book System of Mahas Nubian.
Directions in Sudanese linguistics and folklore book and London: Westview Press. Nhial, Abdon Agaw Jok (). Ki-Nubi and Juba Arabic: a comparative study. In Directions in Sudanese Linguistics and Folklore, Sayyid Hamid Hurreiz and Herman Bell (eds.), Institute of African and Asian Studies (Sudan Research Unit), Sudanese Studies Library Number 4.
Khartoum: Khartoum University Press. This chapter examines the system of nominal number in Juba Arabic. Its complexity is compared with its superstrate language, Sudanese Arabic, and its substrate, the Nilotic language Bari.
It also compares its similarity with a number of creoles, Nilotic languages and Arabic dialects. Both Arabic and Nilotic languages are notorious for their complex systems of nominal number, making Juba Arabic. In Ditters, Everhard & Motzki, Harald (eds.), Approaches to Arabic linguistics presented to Kees Versteegh on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday, – Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Nhial, Abdon. Kinubi and Juba Arabic: A comparative study. In Hurriez, Sayed & Bell, Herman (eds.), Directions in Sudanese linguistics and folklore, The following is a list of recently published books and monographs on African languages and linguistics.
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Hurreiz and Herman Bell (eds), Directions in Sudanese Linguistics and Folklore (Khartoum University Press, Khartoum, ), pp. 81–Cited by: Monetary units: Sudanese pound, with (Oct. 7, ) a free rate of Lsd to U.S. $1 (Lsd = £ 1 sterling), and (from May ) the Sudanese dinar (a new unit of currency circulating in parallel with the Sudanese pound at a rate of 1 dinar = Lsd 10).
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