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The Morphophonemics of Vowel Compensatory Lengthening in Ekegusii
(International Journal of Education and Research, 2013-09)
Literature shows that not much is known about the prosodic systems in Ekegusii, a Bantu language spoken by about 2.2 million people in south western Kenya.This paper presents an analysis of vowel compensatory lengthening ...
Development of Language Materials for National Development: A language Management Perspective
(International Journal of Education and Research, 2013-07)
Learning resources need to be revised periodically to reflect the changing socio-cultural, economic, political and technological realities in the society. The current Primary English Syllabus was revised in 2002. Yet, ...
Learning about Author Positioning in Written Academic Discourse
(Argentinian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 2013-11)
Graduate students are usually not sure of the appropriate stance to take in relation to their writing. Even style guides provide little information regarding authorial positioning in academic texts. This paper describes a ...