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Introducing Ewe Linguistic Patterns

A Textbook of Phonology, Grammar, and Semantics

by A.S. Duthie

Ewe is one of the major languages of Ghana. The Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Ghana here provides a book about the language as such. He intends it as more than a textbook, and has written it at a level to be of use to both native speakers of Ewe and those for whom it is not their mother tongue, providing relevant linguistic insights.

After an introduction to the relatives and dialects, phonology is covered: syllables, consonants, vowels, and tones. Grammar isalso covered, but the main part covers semantics. Exercises and answersfor practical application are given.

ISBN 9789964302269 | 208 pages | 244 x 170 mm | 1996 | Ghana University Press, Ghana | Paperback




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