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[22120]   [Anonymous] (1957) : Hanyar tadi da turanci/A dictionary of English conversation for Hausa students
[22170]   [Anonymous] (1968) : Hanyar tadi da turanci/A dictionary of English conversation for Hausa students
[22197]   [Anonymous] (1971) : Towards a dictionary of South African English on historical principles
[190]   Adegbija, Efurosibina [Emmanuel] (1989) : Lexico-semantic variation in Nigerian English
[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
[312]   Agetua, J. (1977) : The role of Pidgin English in Nigerian literature
[315]   Agheyisi, Rebecca Nogieru (1971) : West African Pidgin English: simplification and simplicity
[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
[325]   Agonsi, A. C. (1983) : Pidgin English in Imo State of Nigeria: a linguistic study
[349]   Aikhionbare, M. O. (1981) : Aspects of the syntax of Nigerian Pidgin English: relativization, focusing and negation
[350]   Aikhionbare, M. O. & Beban Sammy Chumbow (1982) : Focus in Nigerian Pidgin English
[23514]   Alobwede, Charles d'Epie (1998) : Banning Pidgin English in Cameroon
[641]   Amayo, Airen (1980) : Tone in Nigerian English
[688]   Amoako, Joe (1999) : Substrate theory revisited through Ghanaian Pidgin English
[708]   Anasiudu, B. N. (1987) : Nigerian English slang: coinage processes
[873]   Aniche, Godfrey C. (1982) : Standard Nigerian English and the educated user
[882]   Annan, B. (1969) : The situation of Pidgin English in West Africa
[1055]   Arua, Arua E. (2004) : Botswana English: some syntactic and lexical features
[1158]   Awonusi, Victor O. (1985) : Sociolinguistic variation in Nigerian (Lagos) English
[1161]   Awonusi, Victor O. (1998) : Nigerian English in political telemarketing
[1201]   Ayodele, Samuel O. (1983) : A description of the varieties of Nigerian English for pedagogic purposes
[22553]   Babalola, Emmanuel Taiwo (2005) : The nominal group modifier and qualifier structures in some American and Nigerian English-medium magazines
[1279]   Bagwasi, Mompoloki M. (2002) : A historical development of a Botswana variety of English
[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
[1432]   Bamgbose, Ayo (1982) : Standard Nigerian English: issues of identification
[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
[1479]   Banjo, Ayo (1971) : Standards of correctness in Nigerian English
[1480]   Banjo, Ayo (1971) : Towards a definition of ‘Standard Nigerian Spoken English’
[1489]   Banjo, Ayo (1995) : On codifying Nigerian English research so far
[1525]   Barbag-Stoll, Anna (1975) : Some aspects of semantic shifts in English loanwords in West African Pidgin English
[1527]   Barbag-Stoll, Anna (1978) : Nigerian Pidgin English as a medium of literary expression
[1528]   Barbag-Stoll, Anna (1983) : Social and linguistic history of Nigerian Pidgin English as spoken by the Yoruba, with special reference to the English-derived lexicon
[1530]   Barbeau, D. (1972) : Le pidgin english comme moyen d’expression littéraire chez les romanciers du Nigeria
[2626]   Blommaert, Jan & Marjolein Gysels (1990) : On the functionality of English interferences in Campus Swahili
[2661]   Bobda, Augustin Simo (1994) : Aspects of Cameroon English phonology
[2662]   Bobda, Augustin Simo (1995) : The phonologies of Nigerian English and Cameroon English
[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
[22866]   Boutwell, Katrina (2001) : An assessment of the creolization of Cameroon Pidgin 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
[3166]   Branford, William (1990) : A dictionary of South African English on historical principles
[3168]   Branford, William (1994) : South African English
[3325]   Brown, P. P. & T. Scragg (1948) : Common errors in Gold Coast English
[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
[3879]   Cassidy, F. G. (1964) : Toward a recovery of early English-African pidgin
[4052]   Chick, J. Keith (1991) : Sources and consequences of miscommunication in Afrikaans English - South African English encounters
[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
[4156]   Chumbow, Beban Sammy (1978) : Pidgin English and the role of simplification and restructuring in pidginization and creolization
[23627]   Criper-Friedman, Lindsay (1990) : The tone system of West African coastal English
[4844]   Dadzie, A. B. K. (1986) : The place of Pidgin English in the Nigerian milieu
[4884]   Dako, Kari (2002) : Code-switching and lexical borrowing: which is what in Ghanaian English?
[22629]   Dillon, Caitlin (2003) : Verbs of motion in Nigerian Pidgin English: manner, direction and serial verb constructions
[5661]   Donwa-Ifode, Shirley O. (1983) : Is Nigerian Pidgin English creolizing?
[5853]   Dwyer, David J. (1968) : An introduction to West African Pidgin English
[5852]   Dwyer, David J. & David Smith (1966) : An introduction to West African Pidgin-English
[27459]   Dzahene-Quarshie, Josephine (2012) : English loans in Swahili newspaper football language
[5962]   Edegbe, J. U. (1936) : Benin English grammar
[6089]   Ekong, Pamela A. (1978) : On describing the vowel system of a standrad variety of Nigerian spoken English
[6460]   Fanaroff, D. (1972) : South African English dialect: a literature survey
[6471]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1984) : Rivers Pidgin English: tone, stress or pitch-accent language?
[6473]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1985) : Rivers Pidgin English: tone, stress or pitch-accent language?
[6474]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. (1985) : River Pidgin (Creole) English: tone, stress or pitch-accent language?
[6470]   Faraclas, Nicholas G. , O. Ibim , Glory Worukwo , A. Minah & A. Tariah (1984) : Rivers State Pidgin English
[6516]   Fayer, Joan M. (1982) : Written Pidgin English in Old Calabar in the 18th and 19th centuries
[6593]   Féral, Carole de (1977) : Le pidgin english au Cameroun: présentation sociolinguistique
[6595]   Féral, Carole de (1979) : Ce que pidgin veut dire: essai de définition linguistique et sociolinguistique du Pidgin English camerounaises
[6596]   Féral, Carole de (1980) : Le Pidgin-English camerounaises: essai de definition linguistique et sociolinguistique
[6597]   Féral, Carole de (1989) : Pidgin English du Cameroun: description linguistique et sociolinguistique
[7134]   Gebhart, Ute (1991) : Vergleichende Untersuchungen zu seriellen Verbalkonstruktionen im West African Pidgin English and Krio
[7245]   Gilbert, Glenn G. & K. Dennis Papi Makhudu (1984) : Ian Hancock’s 50 sentences (for comparative study of the English-based Atlantic creoles) translated into Standard European Afrikaans (SEA), Coloured Afrikaans (CA) and Fly-Taal (FT)
[7262]   Gilman, Charles (1979) : Cameroonian Pidgin English: a neo-African language
[8158]   Hancock, Ian F. (1983) : Aspects of standardization in West African creole English
[8153]   Hancock, Ian F. & P. Kobbah (1975) : Liberian English of Cape Palmas
[8415]   Haywood, David (1970) : South African English pronunciation
[23774]   Huber, Magnus (1999) : Atlantic English Creoles and the Lower Guinea coast: a case against Afrogenesis
[9557]   Igboanusi, Herbert (2000) : Ethnic Englishes in Nigeria: the role of literature in the development of Igbo English
[9576]   Ikome, Otto (1993) : The cultural basis for vernacular usage in transplanted English: re-defining post-colonial Cameroonian English
[9834]   Jeffery, Chris (2003) : On compiling a corpus of South African English
[9894]   Jibril, Munzali (1982) : Phonological variation in Nigerian English
[9895]   Jibril, Munzali (1982) : Nigerian English: an introduction
[9896]   Jibril, Munzali (1986) : Sociolinguistic variation in Nigerian English
[9898]   Jibril, Munzali (1991) : The sociolinguistics of prepositional usage in Nigerian English
[10025]   Jowitt, Harold (1991) : Nigerian English usage: an introduction
[10485]   Kassulamemba, Frederick T. (1977) : Tanzanian spoken English: error analysis of the vowel system
[10900]   Kisob, Jack K. (1963) : A live language: ‘Pidgin English’
[23803]   Kouega, Jean-Paul (2006) : Aspects of Cameroon English usage: a lexical appraisal
[11680]   Lanham, Leonard Walter (1978) : South African English
[11735]   Lass, Roger (2002) : South African English
[11736]   Lass, Roger (2004) : South African English
[11765]   Lawrence, Lorraine & Charles Sarvan (1983) : Zambian English: an enquiry
[12714]   Magura, Benjamin Jameslai (1984) : Style and meaning in African English: a sociolinguistic analysis of South African and Zimbabwean English
[12815]   Makoni, Sinfree B. (1993) : Is Zimbabwean English a type of new English?
[13034]   Marchese, Lynell & Anna Schnukal (1982) : Nigerian Pidgin English of Warri
[13311]   Mbambe, Otto Ikome (1991) : Mother-tongue influence on Cameroonian English: a cultural basis for vernacular usage in the C.C.E.
[13312]   Mbangwana, Paul (1987) : Some characteristics of sound patterns of Cameroon Standard English
[13313]   Mbangwana, Paul (1989) : Flexibility in lexical usage in Cameroon English
[23518]   Mbangwana, Paul (1983) : The scope and role of Pidgin English in Cameroon
[13315]   Mbassi-Manga, Francis (1973) : English in Cameroon: a study of historical contact patterns of usage and current trends
[13678]   Mesthrie, Rajend (1987) : From OV to VO in language shift: South African Indian English and its OV substrates
[13679]   Mesthrie, Rajend (1988) : Toward a lexicon of South African Indian English
[13683]   Mesthrie, Rajend (1991) : Syntactic variation in South African Indian English: the relative clause
[13686]   Mesthrie, Rajend (1992) : A lexicon of South African Indian English
[13687]   Mesthrie, Rajend (1992) : English in language shift: the history, structure and sociolinguistics of South African Indian English
[13690]   Mesthrie, Rajend (1999) : Syntactic change in progress: semi-auxiliary busy in South African English
[13694]   Mesthrie, Rajend (2002) : From second language to first language: Indian South African English
[13695]   Mesthrie, Rajend (2003) : Children in language shift: the syntax of fifth generation, pre-school, Indian South African English speakers
[13696]   Mesthrie, Rajend (2005) : Putting back the horse before the cart: the “spelling form” fallacy in second language acquisition studies, with special reference to the treatment of unstressed vowels in Black South African English
[23261]   Mesthrie, Rajend (2005) : Assessing representations of South African Indian English in writing: an application of variation theory
[23619]   Mesthrie, Rajend (1993) : South African Indian English
[14066]   Mopoho, Raymond (1993) : Essai de description globale du pidgin-english camerounais
[14067]   Mopoho, Raymond (1997) : Origines et définitions du West African Pidgin English
[14456]   Mufwene, Salikoko S. (1992) : West African Pidgin English
[14630]   Mustapha, Abolaji Samuel (2004) : Gender variation in Nigerian English compliments
[14692]   Mwangi, Serah (2003) : Prepositions in Kenyan Engolish: a corpus-based study in lexico-grammatical variation
[15036]   Ngara, Emmanuel A. (1983) : Non-contrastive errors in African English: types and significance
[26620]   Ngula, Richmond Sadick (2014) : Hybridized Lexical Innovations in Ghanaian English
[15256]   Nkemleke, D. A. (2005) : Must and should in Cameroon English
[15593]   Obíládé, Anthony O. (1976) : The nominal phrase in West African Pidgin English
[15595]   Obíládé, Anthony O. (1978) : The stylistic function of Pidgin English in African literature: Achebe and Soyinka
[15597]   Obíládé, Anthony O. (1980) : Pidgin English as a medium of instruction: the Nigerian experience
[15667]   Odumuh, Adama E. (1984) : Educated Nigerian English as a model of standard Nigerian English
[15669]   Odumuh, Adama E. (1987) : Nigerian English (NigE): selected essays
[15677]   Ofuya, Adekunbi (1978) : A syntactic analysis of Yoruba English interlarding
[27474]   Oladipupo, Rotimi O. & Adenike A. Akinjobi (2015) : Sociophonetic study of young Nigerian English speakers
[15823]   Olatunji, Michael O. (2001) : The use of Pidgin English in contemporary Nigerian music: a new approach towards national identity
[26715]   Owoeye, Omolara K. (2011) : Yorùbá based Nigerian English in the drama of Ola Rotimi and Femi Osofisan
[16110]   Owusu-Ansah, Lawrence (1994) : Intertextuality in Ghanaian English texts
[16112]   Oyebade, Francis O. (1983) : Aspects of the phonology of Nigerian Pidgin English
[16117]   Oyegbami, L. (1985) : Pidgin English as lingua franca
[16118]   Oyeleye, A. L. (1985) : Problems of variety differentiation in Nigerian English: a sociolinguistic study
[16120]   Oyeleye, A. L. (1990) : Nigerian English: a re-examination of some historical and sociolinguistic factors
[16191]   Pandey, Anita (1995/97) : The pragmatics of code alteration in Nigerian English
[16387]   Peter, Lothar , Hans-Georg Wolf & Augustin Simo Bobda (2003) : An account of distinctive phonetic and lexical features of Gambian English
[16693]   Poplack, S. & Sali A. Tagliamonte (1996) : Nothing in context: variation, grammaticization and past time marking in Nigerian Pidgin English
[27460]   Quarcoo, Millicent Akosua (2012) : Grammatical constraints on verb phrases in Twi/English code switching
[17243]   Richmond, Edmun B. (1989) : African English expressions in the Gambia
[17432]   Rotimi, Ole (1977) : Nigerian Pidgin English dictionary
[17717]   Salami, A. (1968) : Defining ‘Standard Nigerian English’
[17731]   Salomon, S. (1971) : The Pidgin English of Chinua Achebe
[17927]   Sayer, E. S. (19--) : Pidgin English
[18098]   Schmied, Josef (1991) : National and subnational features in Kenyan English
[18107]   Schneider, Gilbert Donald (1966) : West African Pidgin English: a descriptive linguistic analysis with texts and glossary from the Cameroon area
[18108]   Schneider, Gilbert Donald (1967) : West African Pidgin English: an overview (phonology, morphology)
[18109]   Schneider, Gilbert Donald (1967) : West African Pidgin English: a historical overview
[18381]   Sey, Kofi A. (1973) : Ghanaian English: an exploratory survey
[18469]   Shnukal, Anna & Lynell Marchese (1983) : Creolization of Nigerian Pidgin English: a progress report
[18551]   Silva, P. (1998) : Dictionary unit for South African English
[18550]   Silva, Penny , Wendy Dore , Dorothea Mantzel , Colin Mueller & Madeleine Wright (Ed) (1996) : A dictionary of South African English on historical principles
[18602]   Simukoko, Youngson T. (1979) : Second language learning and description: a theoretical frame of reference for studying Zambian English
[18610]   Singler, John Victor (1981) : An introduction to Liberian English
[18611]   Singler, John Victor (1981) : Tone and intonation in Liberian English negation
[18614]   Singler, John Victor (1984) : Variation in tense-aspect-modality in Liberian English
[18616]   Singler, John Victor (1988) : The place of variation in the formal expression of inflectional processes: evidence from Kru Pidgin English
[18619]   Singler, John Victor (1990) : The impact of decreolization upon T-M-A: tenselessness, mood and aspect in Kru Pidgin English
[18620]   Singler, John Victor (1991) : Social and linguistic constraints in Liberian English
[18621]   Singler, John Victor (1991) : Phonology in the basilect: the fate of final consonants in Liberian English
[18623]   Singler, John Victor (1996) : An OT account of pidgin phonology: coda consonants in vernacular Liberian English
[18641]   Skandera, Paul (200-) : Drawing a map of Africa: idiom in Kenyan English
[19334]   Tagliamonte, Sali A. (1999) : The story of kom in Nigerian Pidgin English
[19333]   Tagliamonte, Sali A. , S. Poplack & E. Eze (1997) : Pluralization patterns in Nigerian Pidgin English
[19630]   Thorberg, Yngve (1970) : English in a multilingual society: a study of interference phenomena in East African English, with special reference to the language learning situation
[19666]   Tiffen, Brian W. (1974) : The intelligibility of Nigerian English
[19667]   Tiffen, Brian W. (1974) : The intelligibility of African English
[19697]   Tiomajou, David (1995) : The Cameroon English corpus project
[19727]   Todd, Loreto (1991) : Talk Pidgin: a structured course in West African Pidgin English
[19738]   Tonkin, Elizabeth (1979) : Uses of pidgin in the early literate English of Nigeria
[20093]   Turchetta, Barbara (1998) : On the application of the notion of grammaticalization to West African Pidgin English
[24161]   Udofot, Inyang (2002) : The Intonation of Nigerian English
[26671]   Ugorji, C.U.C. & E.O. Osiruemu (2007) : Nigerian English in 'Dry leaves on Ukan trees'
[20640]   Walker, O. (1970) : Towards and analysis of Nigerian Pidgin English
[23621]   Walt, Christa van der (2000) : The international comprehensibility of varieties of South African English
[20734]   Watermeyer, Susan (1996) : Afrikaans English
[20766]   Webb, Victor [N.] [C.] (1983) : On the South African English vowel system
[20839]   Wells, Julia Christine (1987) : Phonological relationships in Caribbean and West African English
[21183]   Williams, David (1982) : Attitudes towards vaieties of Nigerian spoken English
[21278]   Willmore, John Selden (1927) : Handbook of spoken Egyptian Arabic, comprising a short grammar and an English Arabic vocabulary of current words and phrases
[21279]   Willmott, R. T. (1979) : Variety signifiers in Nigerian English
[21506]   Wright, Susan (1987) : “Not now” not “just now”: the interpretation of temporal deictic expressions in South African English
[27467]   Yevudey, Elvis (2013) : The pedagogic relevance of codeswitching in the classroom: Insights from Ewe-English codeswitching in Ghana
[21915]   Zuengler, Jane E. (1982) : Kenyan English