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A Sociolinguistic Study of Politeness Expression in Igbo

A Sociolinguistic Study of Politeness Expression in Igbo. ABSTRACT The main thrust of this study is to identify the politeness expression and strategies used in Erq xlq speech community. The study examines the concept of politeness. It discusses politeness expression strategies as they occur in Erq xlq speech community. It explains the various ways of […]

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Argument Structure of the Urhobo Verb: A Minimalist Approach

Argument Structure of the Urhobo Verb: A Minimalist Approach. ABSTRACT This research work examines the argument structure of the Urhobo Verb: using the Minimalist Approach, the various types of argument and the manner in which they are introduced in a sentence were described. The basic assumption is that Urhobo language is a potentail source of […]

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Male Speech Pattern in the Plays of G.I. Nwaozuzu

Male Speech Pattern in the Plays of G.I. Nwaozuzu. ABSTRACT The patriarchal society has long established men as  superior  to  women. Hence, the speech pattern of men has a profound  impact  on  our  understanding of each other in that men have always been dominating and at the helm of affairs in their respective societies and […]

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Metaphor and the Igbo Masquerade: The Ezeag Ụ Example

Metaphor and the Igbo Masquerade: The Ezeag Ụ Example. Abstract Recently, there is a strong awareness that has been created in the study of African culture, including that of the Igbo. In Ezeagụ, the concept of masquerade is based on the concept of interaction between the living and the dead. In fact, to a good […]

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Language use in Diplomacy: a Sociolinguistic Appraisal of Nigeria – South Africa Diplomacy

Language use in Diplomacy: a Sociolinguistic Appraisal of Nigeria – South Africa Diplomacy. ABSTRACT This research work appraises the nature of language use in  diplomacy especially as it concerns the Nigeria foreign policy as evident in the Nigeria- South Africa diplomatic relations. It traverses into the intricacies of language and diplomacy, highlighting the chain relation […]

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Aspects of Olukumi Phonology

Aspects of Olukumi Phonology. ABSTRACT Olukumi is a Yoruboid language spoken by the Ukwunzu and Ugbodu people of Delta state, Nigeria. Hitherto the study, Arokoyo (2012) superficially described the sound system of the language in comparative study of four Yoruba group of languages. Her analysis however did not account for certain vital aspects of the […]

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A Discourse Analysis of President Goodluck Jonathan’s Speeches During Nigeria’s Independence Day Celebrations

A Discourse Analysis of President Goodluck Jonathan’s Speeches During Nigeria’s Independence Day Celebrations. ABSTRACT This research is on discourse analysis of the Independence Day speeches of President Goodluck Jonathan during the celebration of Nigeria’s Independence in 2012, 2013 and 2014. It studies the structure of these speeches, the ideologies of the President reflected through them, […]

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Translation Of I. U. Nwadike’s Adaeze into English

Translation Of  I. U. Nwadike’s Adaeze into English. Abstract This research work delves into translating Adaeze, an Igbo novel written by Inno Uzoma Nwadike into English. Today, there are lots of creative writings in indigenous languages which are yet to be translated into English. PROCEED NOW TO DOWNLOAD PAGE Certainly, some of the Igbo novels […]

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