Fiche : 15410, type : Edited Book, mots-clés : eaf;tnz;lng;phn;grm;lxl;bnt;j.d.66;j.e.22;f.32;f.31;f.21;f.22;g.35;g.11;g.33;g.23;g.63;g.62;m.31;p.21;p.23;
Langue(s) traitée(s) : Bantu (90012).    Langue du texte : en

Nurse, Derek (Ed) (1979). Description of sample Bantu languages of Tanzania. London : International African Institute (IAI)., pp. 150.

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Notes : Contains 100-word lists and small descriptive sections for Haya (p 4-15, 23-26), Ha (p 16-26), Nilamba (p 30-36, 63-66), Nyuturu (p 37-44, 63-66), Sukuma (p 45-56, 63-66), Nyamwezi (p 57-66), Gogo (p 70-76, 101-104), Luguru (p 77-83, 101-104), Zaramo (p 84-89, 101-104), Shambala (p 90-104), Bena (p 108-114, 141-145), Hehe (p 114-118, 141-145), Nyakyusa (p 119-126, 141-145), Makonde (p 127-132, 141-145), and Yao (p 133-145). Prior to the publication of this, an undated proto-version titled »A phonological and morphological sketch of 15 of the principal languages of Tanzania« (98 pp) was in circulation at the Institute of Kiswahili Research, University of Dar es Salaam.

Autres informations : H. M. Batibo, Journal of African languages and linguistics, v 2 (1980), p 172-176; Rupert R. Moser, African studies review, v 24 (1981), p 113-114

Date de la dernière modification : 2009-04-03