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Swahili Language Verb Affixation

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Understanding Kiswahili Vowels
Kiswahili being one of these languages that has been studied extensively presents an .. Kiswahili sentence (Amidu 2004) and vowels affixed to verb roots .
Tense, aspect and mood in Swahili
A brief Swahili grammar sketch, with specific focus on the verb-group, is then provided. A Swahili, as well as the other Bantu languages referred to in this study, are ..
The ku-marker in Swahili
Nick Gaw_We Have a Langauge Problem Here
afraid to say that the Swahili language belongs to a particular people, ..
Statives and Reciprocal Morphology in Swahili
with reciprocals in many Bantu languages, and show that it has an amal- In this section we briefly outline the structure of Swahili verbs, since an understanding ..

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Verb Affixation Nevertheless Swahili encompasses more than fifteen distinct dialects Kingozi: Is a special case as it was the language of the inhabitants of the ancient town of "Ngozi" and is perhaps the basis of the Swahili language.

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