Cilungu Phonology

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CSLI Publications/Center for the Study of Language and Information, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 537 pages
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Cilungu is an underrepresented language spoken in northern Zambia and Tanzania whose future is far from certain, given ongoing urbanization and the ascendancy of other regional languages. The product of over fifteen years of fieldwork, Cilungu Phonology presents a comprehensive description and analysis of this endangered language.
Featuring a reference grammar and formal analysis of Cilungu, this volume will be a major contribution to our understanding of tonology, since several of the forty-four processes analyzed appear to be unique to the language. It also includes a discussion of morphology, both nominal and verbal.

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Contents

Morphology
13
Phonology of Segments and Syllables
41
Imbrication
117
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About the author (2007)

Lee Bickmore is associate professor in the department of anthropology, program in linguistics and cognitive science at the University at Albany, New York.     

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