Linguistics Project Topics

Death and Funeral Rites in Ovoko Akpuruokwe Igbo in Igbo-Eze South Local Government Area of Enugu State

Filed in Current Projects, Linguistics Project Topics by on September 14, 2021

– Death and Funeral Rites in Ovoko Akpuruokwe Igbo in Igbo-Eze South Local Government Area of Enugu State – ABSTRACT It was equally revealed on the mysteries of death in Ovoko Akpxrxokwe that death does not discriminate; death which is an enemy itself is described as something that does not have an enemy. This is […]

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The Impact of Pidgin English on Students Competence in Nigeria University

Filed in Current Projects, Linguistics Project Topics by on September 10, 2021

– The Impact of Pidgin English on Students Competence in Nigeria University – ABSTRACT   This project is an attempt to explore the recurring grave concerning the academic performance of students. Though a large percentage of students in Nigeria learn English as a second language and are instructed in it, the Nigerian pidgin seems to interfere […]

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The Use of Figurative Expression in the Language of Advertisement

The Use of Figurative Expression in the Language of Advertisement. TABLE OF CONTENT Title page – – – – – – – i Certification – – – – – – – ii Dedication – – – – – – – iii Acknowledgement – – – – – – – iv Table of Content – – […]

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Codes of Communication: A Sociolinguistic Study of Ázụ́Ọ́Fū in Nomeh Community

Codes of Communication: A Sociolinguistic Study of Ázụ́Ọ́Fū in Nomeh Community. ABSTRACT This research work analyses codes of communication, with a focus on Ázụ́ọ́fū as a verbal code of communication in the Nomeh speech community. The work looks at codes, media of communication in Nomeh speech community, how Ázụ́ọ́fū is learnt, rules of interaction and […]

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Parameters of Intersegmental Co-ordination in Igbo Speech Patterns: a Perceptual Analysis

Parameters of Intersegmental Co-ordination in Igbo Speech Patterns: a Perceptual Analysis. ABSTRACT This thesis examines the parameters of intersegmental co-ordination in Igbo speech patterns using a perceptual analysis approach. The researcher selected Akpo and Adazj-Nnukwu dialects in the Inland West lgbo dialect cluster and Ezza and Amaezu dialects of the Northern Igbo dialect cluster as […]

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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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A Comparative Study of Cleft Formation In The Syntax of Nsukka And Standard Igbo

A Comparative Study of Cleft Formation In The Syntax of Nsukka And Standard Igbo. Abstract This research work is a linguistic endeavour aimed at exploring the grammatical components and structures of cleft sentences of the standard Igbo language in general on the one hand. On the other hand and forming the specific objective, is relating […]

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Assessment of Language Acquisition of Children in Motherless Babies Homes in Enugu State, Nigeria

Assessment of Language Acquisition of Children in Motherless Babies Homes in Enugu State, Nigeria. ABSTRACT Motherless babies homes are places where children at different stages of language acquisition/development are taken care of. This research, aims at x-raying the linguistic development of these deprived children. The study explored the linguistic development of children in motherless baby […]

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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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Theme of Corruption in the Post-colonial African Novel: A Study of Abubakar Gimba’s Witnesses to Tears and Chinua Achebe’s a Man of the People

Theme of Corruption in the Post-colonial African Novel: A Study of Abubakar Gimba’s Witnesses to Tears and Chinua Achebe’s a Man of the People. ABSTRACT   Chinua Achebe (born Nov. 16, 1930) is a Nigerian novelist, critic and poet; he is one of the most-read African authors. The primary concern of Chinua Achebe, the recipient of […]

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