The Tigre Language of Ginda, Eritrea: Short Grammar and Texts (Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics)

The Tigre Language of Ginda, Eritrea: Short Grammar and Texts (Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics)


In "The Tigre Language of Ginda, Eritrea," David L. Elias files the dialect of the Tigre language that's spoken within the city of Ginda in japanese Eritrea. whereas the language of Tigre is spoken through probably 1000000 humans in Eritrea and Sudan, the inhabitants of Ginda is fewer than 50,000 humans. Elias describes easy elements of phonology, morphology, syntax and lexicography. not like different dialects of Tigre, of which nearly a dozen were pointed out, Tigre of Ginda indicates the single recorded examples in Tigre of gender-specific first individual possessives, e.g. nye my eye (masc) vs. n e my eye (masc/fem), and a brand new kind of the unfavourable of the verb of life, yahallanni there's not . touch with Arabic and Tigrinya has led to a number of loanwords and some biforms in Tigre of Ginda ."

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