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[22029]   [Anonymous] (1924) : The Oxford South African dictionary
[22197]   [Anonymous] (1971) : Towards a dictionary of South African English on historical principles
[22274]   [Anonymous] (1981) : Toward a language policy for Namibia: English as the official language - perspectives and strategies
[22309]   [Anonymous] (1984) : English language programme for Namibians: seminar report from Lusaka, 19-27 October 1983
[22310]   [Anonymous] (1984) : Education policy for independent Namibia: some fundamental considerations
[22323]   [Anonymous] (1986) : Proceedings of the conference on English in East Africa, 24-27 March 1986
[22378]   [Anonymous] (1998) : Lexicographic meeting of the existing lexicographic units of South Africa, 19 & 20 March 1998, Johannesburg Civic Centre
[36]   Abdelmagid, Mustafa Muhammad (1972) : The role of English in education in Sudan
[46]   Abdulaziz, Mohamed H. Mkilifi (1971) : Triglossie und Suaheli-englischer Bilingualismus in Tansania
[47]   Abdulaziz, Mohamed H. Mkilifi (1972) : Triglossia and Swahili-English bilingualism in Tanzania
[54]   Abdulaziz, Mohamed H. Mkilifi (1991) : East Africa (Tanzania and Kenya)
[57]   Abdulaziz, Mohamed H. Mkilifi & Kenneth Osinde (1997) : Sheng and Engsh: development of mixed codes among the urban youth in Kenya
[88]   Aberra Daniel (1998) : English in the Ethiopian modern education (1900-1974)
[98]   Aboderin, Olusola (1978) : Yoruba-English code mixing and the Yoruba educated elite
[133]   Abrahams, Ottilie (1990) : The implementation of English in Namibia
[20632]   Adamo, Grace Ebunlola (2005) : Globalization, terrorism, and the English language in Nigeria
[179]   Adams, Sarah (1965) : An observation of English and Kru phonology
[187]   Adaskou, K. , D. Britten & B. Fahsi (1990) : Design decisions on the cultural content of a secondary English course for Morocco
[190]   Adegbija, Efurosibina [Emmanuel] (1989) : Lexico-semantic variation in Nigerian English
[201]   Adejare, Oluwole (1995) : Communicative competence in English as a second language
[203]   Adekunle, Mobolaji A. (1970) : Toward a realistic approach to problems of English instruction
[204]   Adekunle, Mobolaji A. (1972) : Sociolinguistic problems in English language instruction in Nigeria
[206]   Adekunle, Mobolaji A. (1974) : The standard Nigerian English in sociolinguistic perspective
[208]   Adekunle, Mobolaji A. (1978) : Oral English in Nigeria: the sociolinguistics realities
[209]   Adekunle, Mobolaji A. (1979) : Non-random variation in the Nigerian English
[210]   Adekunle, Mobolaji A. (1995) : English in Nigeria: attitudes, policy and communicative realities
[225]   Adeniran, Adekunle (1974) : A functionalistic view of stylistic restriction in Nigerian English
[226]   Adeniran, Adekunle (1979) : Personalities and policies in the establishment of English in northern Nigeria (1900-1943)
[227]   Adeniran, Adekunle (1979) : Nigerian élite English as a model of Nigerian English
[231]   Adesanoye, Festus Agboola (1973) : A study of varieties of written English in Nigeria
[232]   Adesanoye, Festus Agboola (1976) : Aspects of the written English of the Nigerian undergraduate
[233]   Adesanoye, Festus Agboola (1979) : Formality as an aspect of unreadability in Nigerian English
[234]   Adesanoye, Festus Agboola (1995) : Editing the editor’s own English: some observations on the “literacy” of Nigerian book editors
[238]   Adetugbo, Abiodun (1977) : Nigerian English: fact or fiction
[239]   Adetugbo, Abiodun (1979) : Appropriateness and Nigerian English
[240]   Adetugbo, Abiodun (1979) : Nigerian English and communicative competence
[244]   Adey, A. D. (1977) : South African “Black” English: some indications
[246]   Adeyanju, Thomas K. (1979) : English grammatical structure and the Hausa student: problem areas
[272]   Adjamah, Eli Koffi (1987) : The articulatory settings of English and Ewe, and their implications for teaching English phonology
[292]   Afolayan, Adebisi (1968) : The linguistic problem of Yoruba learners and users of English
[293]   Afolayan, Adebisi (1974) : Politeness in English
[295]   Afolayan, Adebisi (1977) : Acceptability of English as a second language in Nigeria
[299]   Afolayan, Adebisi (1984) : The English language in Nigerian education as an agent of proper multilingual and multicultural development
[301]   Afolayan, Adebisi (1995) : Ineffectiveness in the presentation of English in Nigeria: sources and remedies
[300]   Afolayan, Adebisi & Obafemi Awolowo (1987) : English as a second language: a variety or a myth?
[303]   Africa, Hugh P. (1977) : The use of English in Zambia
[304]   Africa, Hugh P. (1980) : Language in education in a multilingual state: a case study of the role of English in the educational system of Zambia
[305]   Africa, Hugh P. (1983) : Zambian English: myth or reality?
[23478]   Agbedor, Paul Kofi (1994) : Language planning for national development: the case of Ghana
[316]   Agheyisi, Rebecca Nogieru (1977) : Language interlarding in the speech of Nigerians
[317]   Agheyisi, Rebecca Nogieru (1984) : Linguistic implications of the changing role of Nigerian Pidgin English
[321]   Agheyisi, Rebecca Nogieru (1988) : The standardization of Nigerian Pidgin English
[343]   Ahulu, Samuel (1994) : How Ghanaian is Ghanaian English?
[355]   Ajani, Timothy Temilela (2001) : Aspect in Yoruba and Nigerian English
[369]   Akande, Akinmade Timothy (2003) : Acquisition of the inflectional morphemes by Nigeria learners of English language
[377]   Akere, Funso (1978) : Grammatical competence and communicative competence in relation to the users of English as a second language
[378]   Akere, Funso (1978) : Socio-cultural constraints and the emergence of Standard Nigerian English
[379]   Akere, Funso (1979) : Evaluation criteria for a local model of English pronunciation: an experimental study of attitudes to the accents of English used by Africans
[380]   Akere, Funso (1980) : Verbal strategies in communal meetings: code-switching and status manipulation in a bi-dialectal Yoruba speech community
[381]   Akere, Funso (1980) : Evaluation criteria for a local model of English pronunciation
[382]   Akere, Funso (1981) : Sociolinguistic consequences of language contact: English versus Nigerian languages
[383]   Akere, Funso (1982) : Language use and language attitudes in a Yoruba suburban town: a sociolinguistic response to the factors of traditionalism and modernity
[384]   Akere, Funso (1995) : Languages in the curriculum: an assessment of the role of English and other languages in the education delivery process in Nigeria
[389]   Akindele, Femi Dele (2001) : Lesotho language policy and the challenges of development
[23539]   Akinjobi, Adenike (2006) : Vowel reduction and suffication in Nigeria
[23748]   Alàbá, O. (1992) : Bilingualism as a source of humour in speech usage: contact between English and Yorùbá
[518]   Alexander, Neville (2001) : Key issues in language policy for southern Africa
[566]   Alimi, Modoupe M. & Sibonile Ellece (2004) : Course design and testing in an English programme
[581]   Allan, Keith (1978) : Nation, tribalism and national language: Nigeria’s case
[583]   Allan, Keith (1979) : Nation, tribalism and national language: the problem of choosing a national language in a mutlilingual nation like Nigeria
[615]   Alo, Moses (1984) : A lexical study of educated Yoruba English
[616]   Alo, Moses (1989) : A prototype approach to the analysis of meanings of kinship terms in non-native English
[634]   Amadou, Sanni Wahab (19--) : Étude comparative des emprunts a l’anglais et du français en yoruba
[641]   Amayo, Airen (1980) : Tone in Nigerian English
[687]   Amoabeng, Kwaku (1986) : The English language in Ghana: a comprehensive, annotated bibliography
[689]   Amonoo, Reginald F. (1963) : Problems of Ghanaian lingue franche
[694]   Amuda, Atoye A. (1986) : Yoruba/English code-switching in Nigeria: aspects of its functions and form
[695]   Amuda, Atoye A. (1989) : Attitudes to code-switching: the case of Yoruba and English
[696]   Amuda, Atoye A. (1994) : Yoruba/English code-switching as a conversational stategy
[699]   Amuzu, Koku (1993) : The role of English in education in the new South Africa
[708]   Anasiudu, B. N. (1987) : Nigerian English slang: coinage processes
[785]   Andersson, Lars-Gunnar & Tore Janson (1991) : Languages and language use among students at the University of Botswana
[790]   Andersson, Lars-Gunnar & Tore Janson (1997) : Languages in Botswana: language ecology in southern Africa
[858]   Angogo, Rachel Msimbi & Ian F. Hancock (1980) : English in Africa: emerging standards or diverging regionalism?
[868]   Angula, Nahas (1984) : English as a medium of communication for Namibia: trends and possibilities
[873]   Aniche, Godfrey C. (1982) : Standard Nigerian English and the educated user
[894]   Ansre, Gilbert (1964) : A study of the official language in Ghana
[896]   Ansre, Gilbert (1970) : Language policy for the promotion of national unity and understanding in West Africa
[899]   Ansre, Gilbert (1971) : The influence of English on West African languages
[1016]   Armstrong, Robert Gelston (1968) : Language policies and language practices in West Africa
[1055]   Arua, Arua E. (2004) : Botswana English: some syntactic and lexical features
[1112]   Atoye, Raphael O. (1980) : Sociolinguistics of phonological interference in Yoruba-English
[1157]   Awonusi, Victor O. (1982) : Linguistic interaction in a bilingual society: the case of western Nigeria
[1158]   Awonusi, Victor O. (1985) : Sociolinguistic variation in Nigerian (Lagos) English
[1159]   Awonusi, Victor O. (1985) : Issues in language planning: an examination of the continued role of English as Nigeria’s lingua franca
[1160]   Awonusi, Victor O. (1990) : Coming of age: English in Nigeria
[1161]   Awonusi, Victor O. (1998) : Nigerian English in political telemarketing
[1190]   Awute, Koffi Kondo (1982) : The contrastive analysis of Ewe an English
[1192]   Ayafor, Isaiah Munang (2001) : Colonial bilingual heritage and post-colonial myths in Cameroon’s school system
[1200]   Ayodele, Samuel O. (1982) : Nigerian primary school teachers’ mastery of English language pronunciation
[1201]   Ayodele, Samuel O. (1983) : A description of the varieties of Nigerian English for pedagogic purposes
[1223]   Azuike, MacPherson N. (1984) : Style, context and the written text: a linguistic examination of written English in Nigeria today
[22553]   Babalola, Emmanuel Taiwo (2005) : The nominal group modifier and qualifier structures in some American and Nigerian English-medium magazines
[1234]   Babalola, Emmanuel Taiwo & Akinmade Timothy Akande (2002) : Some linguistic problems of Yoruba learners of English in Nigeria
[1239]   Backer, W. (1969) : Die samestelling van ’n woordeskattoets vir Engelssprekende dowe kinders
[1247]   Badejo, Bamidele Rotimi (1989) : A lexical analysis of media language in Nigeria during the second republic
[1279]   Bagwasi, Mompoloki M. (2002) : A historical development of a Botswana variety of English
[1280]   Bagwasi, Mompoloki M. (2004) : The functional distribution of Setswana and English in Botswana
[23483]   Bailey, Jan (1999) : An acoustic analysis of the monophthongal vowels of some male speakers of South African English
[1300]   Bailey, Richard W. (1984) : Notes on South African English
[1301]   Bailey, Richard W. (1985) : South African English slang: form, function and origins
[1299]   Bailey, Richard W. & Manfred Görlach (1982) : English as a world language
[1330]   Baker, Stephen B. (1983) : Some thoughts on English language teaching in Zambia
[1404]   Bamgbose, Ayo (1969) : The relationship of the vernacular and English throughout the primary and secondary school
[1411]   Bamgbose, Ayo (1971) : The English language in Nigeria
[1432]   Bamgbose, Ayo (1982) : Standard Nigerian English: issues of identification
[1433]   Bamgbose, Ayo (1982) : Languages in contact: Yoruba and English in Nigeria
[1456]   Bamgbose, Ayo (1995) : English in the Nigerian environment
[1458]   Bamgbose, Ayo (Ed) (2000) : Sociolinguistics in West Africa
[1455]   Bamgbose, Ayo , Ayo Banjo & Andrew Thomas (Ed) (1995) : New Englishes: a West African perspective
[23628]   Bamiro, Edmund O. (1995) : Syntactic variation in West African English
[1468]   Banda, Felix (1992) : A lexical-semantic and syntactic-grammatical analysis of Zambian English: towards a ‘meaning-to-grammar hypothesis’ of classroom second language instruction
[1915]   Banda, Felix (2005) : Analysing social identity in casual Zambian/English conversation: a systemic functional linguistic approach
[1476]   Banjo, Ayo (1969) : A contrastive study of aspects of the syntactic and lexical rules of English and Yoruba
[1477]   Banjo, Ayo (1970) : A historical view of the English language in Nigeria
[1478]   Banjo, Ayo (1970) : The English language and the Nigerian environment
[1479]   Banjo, Ayo (1971) : Standards of correctness in Nigerian English
[1480]   Banjo, Ayo (1971) : Towards a definition of ‘Standard Nigerian Spoken English’
[1483]   Banjo, Ayo (1976) : The university and standardization of the English language
[1487]   Banjo, Ayo (1986) : The influence of English on the Yoruba language
[1488]   Banjo, Ayo (1986) : Varieties of English in a multilingual setting in Nigeria
[1489]   Banjo, Ayo (1995) : On codifying Nigerian English research so far
[1491]   Banjo, Ayo (1996) : Making a virtue of necessity: an overview of the English language in Nigeria
[1492]   Banjo, Ayo (2000) : English in West Africa
[1485]   Banjo, Ayo & Peter Young (1982) : On editing a second-language dictionary: the proposed dictionary of West African English (DWAE)
[1526]   Barbag-Stoll, Anna (1976) : The role of the English language in the development of African nationalism
[1548]   Barkhuizen, Gary P. (2002) : Language-in-education policy: students’ perceptions of the status and role of Xhosa and English
[1554]   Barnard, G. L. & others (1956) : Report on the use of English in Gold Coast
[1636]   Barton, H. D. (1980) : Language use among Ilala residents
[1786]   Batibo, Herman M. (1990) : English language teaching and learning in Tanzanian primary schools
[1893]   Beardsley, R. Brock & Carol M. Eastman (1971) : Markers, pauses and code switching in bilingual Tanzanian speech
[1970]   Beeton, D. R. (1968) : Some aspects of English usage in South Africa
[1971]   Beeton, D. R. & Helen Dorner (1975) : A dictionary of English usage in southern Africa
[2203]   Berghe, Pierre van den (1968) : Language and ‘nationalism’ in South Africa
[2228]   Bernsten, Jan[ice] Graham (2001) : English in South Africa: expansion and nativization in concert
[2226]   Bernsten, Jan[ice] Graham & Carol Myers-Scotton (1993) : English loans in Shona: consequences for linguistic systems
[2340]   Bhaiji, A. F. (1976) : The medium of instruction in our secondary schools: a study report
[2342]   Bharuthram, S. (2003) : Politeness phenomena in the Hindu sector of the South African Indian English speaking community
[2361]   Bickmore, Lee Stephen (1985) : Hausa-English code-switching
[2390]   Biden, C. Leo (1930) : Sea-Angling Fishes of the Cape (South Africa)
[2409]   Bill, Mary C. (1982) : The blankets of darkness: problems in translating from a Bantu language into English in South Africa
[2419]   Biloa, Edmond (2003) : L’influence du français sur l’anglais camerounais
[23814]   Biloa, Edmond (2005) : Le français en contact avec l’anglais au Cameroun
[2447]   Birnie, John R. (1981) : Ghanaian English: the shape of things to come
[2455]   Bishop, Vaughan Frederick (1974) : Multilingualism and national orientations in Kano, Nigeria
[2626]   Blommaert, Jan & Marjolein Gysels (1990) : On the functionality of English interferences in Campus Swahili
[2651]   Boadi, Lawrence A. (1971) : Education and the role of English in Ghana
[2658]   Boahene-Agbo, Frank Kwaku (1985) : The republic of Ghana: an example of African multilingualism
[2661]   Bobda, Augustin Simo (1994) : Aspects of Cameroon English phonology
[2663]   Bobda, Augustin Simo (1997) : Explicating the features of English in multilingual Cameroon: beyond a contrastive perspective
[2664]   Bobda, Augustin Simo (2000) : The uniqueness of Ghanaian English pronunciation in West Africa
[2665]   Bobda, Augustin Simo (2003) : The formation of regional and national features in African English pronunciation: an exploration of some non-interference factors
[2666]   Bobda, Augustin Simo (2004) : Linguistic apartheid: English language policy in Africa
[2754]   Bokamba, Eyamba Georges (1982) : The africanization of English
[2762]   Bokamba, Eyamba Georges (1989) : Are there syntactic constraints on code-mixing?
[2767]   Bokamba, Eyamba Georges (1991) : West Africa (overview article)
[2977]   Boukar-Selim, Laumagi ga B. (19--) : Linguistique contrastive et didactique des langues: étude de grammaire contrastive de l’anglais, du français, et du ngambay (Tchad)
[2978]   Boukar-Selim, Laumagi ga B. (1986) : ‘To be or not to be’, ‘to have or not to have’ and their expressions in English, French and Ngambay
[3016]   Bourenane, Karima Radja Roudesli (1984) : English learning in Algeria: an analysis of errors and attitudes
[3038]   Bowers, Roger (1995) : You can never plan the future by the past: where do we go with English?
[3161]   Branford, Jean (1978) : A dictionary of South African English
[3162]   Branford, Jean (1980) : A dictionary of South African English
[3164]   Branford, Jean (1987) : A dictionary of South African English
[3167]   Branford, Jean & William Branford (1991) : A dictionary of South African English
[3160]   Branford, William (1976) : A dictionary of South African English as a reflex of the English-speaking cultures of South Africa
[3163]   Branford, William (1983) : Khoisan peoples in the South African English vocabulary
[3165]   Branford, William (1987) : The South African pocket Oxford dictionary
[3166]   Branford, William (1990) : A dictionary of South African English on historical principles
[3168]   Branford, William (1994) : South African English
[3169]   Branford, William & John S. Claughton (2002) : Mutual lexical borrowings among some languages of southern Africa: Xhosa, Afrikaans and English
[3177]   Brann, Conrad Max Benedict (1979) : A typology of language education in Nigeria
[3183]   Brann, Conrad Max Benedict (1985) : A sociolinguistic typology of language contact in Nigeria: the role of translation
[3184]   Brann, Conrad Max Benedict (1985) : Language policy, planning and management in Nigeria: a bird’s eye view
[3224]   Breitborde, Lawrence B. (1977) : The social structural basis of linguistic variation in an urban African neighbourhood
[3225]   Breitborde, Lawrence B. (1988) : The persistence of English in Liberia: sociolinguistic factors
[3226]   Breitborde, Lawrence B. (1998) : Speaking and social identity: English in the lives of urban Africans
[3277]   Bright, J. A. (1962) : The teaching of English in Uganda
[3278]   Brink, A. P. (1976) : English and the Afrikaans writer
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[3306]   Brosnahan, L. F. (1958) : English in southern Nigeria
[3307]   Brosnahan, L. F. (1961) : Problems of linguistic inequivalence in communication (English-Nigerian)
[3308]   Brosnahan, L. F. (1963) : Some historical cases of language imposition
[3309]   Brosnahan, L. F. (1963) : Some aspects of the linguistic situation in tropical Africa
[3333]   Brown, David (1988) : The basements of Babylon: English literacy, and the division of labour on the South African gold mines
[3332]   Brown, Lalage (1973) : Two centuries of African English
[3326]   Brown, P. P. (1949) : West Africa: learning a European language
[3357]   Brumfit, Christopher J. (1995) : English as a second language and English language teaching: retrospect and prospect
[3356]   Brumfit, Christopher J. (Ed) (1982) : English for international communication
[3439]   Bughwan, D. (1970) : An investigation into the use of English by the Indians in South Africa, with special reference to Natal
[3440]   Bughwan, D. (1973/74) : Indian South African: their language dilemma
[3450]   Bulakarima, Shettina Umara & Kwame Opoku-Agyeman (1995) : Mother tongue influence in spoken Kanuri English
[3540]   Buthelezi, Qedusizi Elizabeth (1995) : South African Black English: lexical and syntactic characteristics
[3541]   Butler, G. (1964) : The future of English in Africa
[3548]   Bwenge, Anthony (1977) : L’anglais au Rwanda: son utilisation et son utilité
[23699]   Calteaux, Karen (1996) : Standard and non-standard African language varieties in the urban areas of South Africa
[3652]   Candler, W. J. (1977) : Teaching English as a second dialect in Liberia
[3821]   Carrol, Brendon J. (1961/62) : An English language survey in West Africa
[3981]   Champion, Ernest A. (1974) : The contribution of English language and West African literature to the rise of a national consciousness in West Africa
[3988]   Chandler, L. (1975) : Language contact and interference in South Africa
[4052]   Chick, J. Keith (1991) : Sources and consequences of miscommunication in Afrikaans English - South African English encounters
[4054]   Chick, J. Keith (1992) : English as a medium and as a subject in a post-apartheid South Africa
[4055]   Chick, J. Keith (1996) : Status and the use of English in KZN-English in Education: English as a second language
[4058]   Chick, J. Keith (2002) : Intercultural miscommunication in South Africa
[4060]   Chikalanga, I. W. (1983) : Teaching primary English in Zambia
[4090]   Chimhundu, Herbert (1987) : Pragmatic translation and language elaboration
[4107]   Chimuka, S. S. (1977) : Zambian languages: orthography approved by the Ministry of Education
[4121]   Chisanga, Teresa (1987) : An investigation into the form and function of educated English in Zambia as a possible indigenized non-native variety
[4122]   Chisanga, Teresa & Nkonko Mudipanu Kamwangamalu (1997) : Owning the Other Tongue: the English language in southern Africa
[23712]   Chishimba, Chanda Peter (1979) : A study of the Zambia primary English course
[4123]   Chishimba, Maurice Mulenga (1982) : Language teaching and literacy: East Africa
[4124]   Chishimba, Maurice Mulenga (1984) : African varieties of English: text in context
[4125]   Chishimba, Maurice Mulenga (1984) : Language policy and education in Zambia
[4128]   Chitiga, Miriam (1996) : Behind the multilingual mask
[4130]   Chiwome, Emmanuel & Juliet Thondhlana (1992) : Sociolinguistics and education: a survey concerning attitudes on the teaching of Shona through the media of Shona and English
[4137]   Chomba, Simon R. (1975) : English as medium of instruction: the problem of culture
[4151]   Christophersen, Paul (1953) : Some special West African English words
[4152]   Christophersen, Paul (1959) : A note on the words dash and ju-ju in West African English
[4153]   Christophersen, Paul (1973) : English in West Africa
[4260]   Clézio, Yves M. L. le (1995) : The English accent of the Shilluk speaker
[4286]   Cluver, August Dawid de Villiers (1991) : Languages in contact and conflict in Africa: an ethnolinguistic survey of the languages of Namibia
[4288]   Cluver, August Dawid de Villiers (1992) : Language planning in Namibia: the selection of an official language
[4294]   Coangae, Simon , Kebasenya Letsididi & Lydia [M.] [B.] Nyati-Ramahobo (1987) : English for special purposes: the case of Botswana
[4298]   Cockcroft, Kate , Yvonne Broom & Kurston Greenop (1999) : The development of phonological awareness in children at an English-medium school: a cross-sectional study
[4411]   Collins, H. R. (1968) : The new English of Onitsha chapbooks
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[4672]   Crawford, Athalie (1999) : “We can’t all understand the whites’ language”: an analysis of monolingual health services in a multilingual society
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[4749]   Criper, Clive & W. Dodd (1984) : Report on the teaching of the English language and its use as a medium of education in Tanzania
[4747]   Criper, L. (1971) : A classification of types of English in Ghana
[4752]   Cripwell, Kenneth R. (1974) : L’anglais en Afrique: guide pour l’enseignement de l’anglais comme langue étrangère
[4753]   Cripwell, Kenneth R. (1975) : Governmental writers and African readers in Rhodesia
[4872]   Dahl, Otto Christian (1971) : Un cockney parlant malgache vers 1710
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[4885]   Dako, Kari (2003) : Ghanaianisms: a glossary
[4901]   Dalby, David (1970) : The place of Africa and Afro-America in the history of the English languages
[4905]   Dalby, David (1972) : The African element in American English
[4938]   Dalgish, Gerard Matthew (1982) : A dictionary of Africanisms: contributions of sub-Saharan Africa to the English language
[4944]   Dalton, R. M. F. (1961) : The position of English as a medium of instruction in emergent territories in tropical Africa
[5006]   Dash, Linda el & G. Richard Tucker (1975) : Subjective reactions to various speech styles in Egypt
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