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Jamaican Creole Phonology

Jamaican Patois, known locally as Patois (Patwa) or Jamaican, and called Jamaican Creole by usually refer to their dialect as patois, a French term without a precise linguistic definition.

Jamaican Creole Phonology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Jamaican Creole Phonology books and related discussion.

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British Creole (BC) is spoken by many British-born people of
Intonational Phonology of Jamaican Creole Abstract Among the
Intonational Phonology of Jamaican Creole. Abstract.
Department of Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh, USA. ABSTRACT.
Phonology meets ideology: the meaning of orthographic practices in
with grammar, phonology and lexicon distinct from their lexifiers, creoles ..
This dissertation is an extensive treatment of the phonological and phonetic properties of Jamaican Creole (JC) reduplication.

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Jamaican Creole
This chapter examines the phonetics and phonology of vowels in Jamaican Creole (JC).
Jamaican Patois - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phonology. Accounts of basilectal Jamaican Patois postulate around 21 phonemic consonants and between 9 and 16 vowels.
Jamaican Creole
Jamaican Patois and the Power of
Common names such as Jamaican, Jamaican Creole, Jamaican patwa or patois, . of non-English terms, grammar, and phonology is African (Adams, 1991).
LINGUIST List 20.2515: Syntax/Morphology/Phonology: Bailey
Jul 15, 2009 The social implications of this view are also explored.

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