Elements morphosyntaxiques du galwa langue bantoue du Gabon et éléments pour un dictionnaire bilingue

Abstract : aThis thesis studies a bantu language of Gabon, Central Africa, the galwa (B. 11 c) which is a part of the B.10 language family. This African language belongs to the bantu group of the Benoué-Congo nib family which is itself a part of the Niger-Congo language grouping. This report first establishes the phonological base system and briefly introduces the morphophonology of the language. The syntaxmorphology characteristics of the language are covered as well as the processes of word formation (derivation and composition) and various grammatical categories and their place in the structure of noun and verb phrasing. Finally, this thesis covers the complexity of language wording and introduces a lexical model.
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Rosa Omanda. Elements morphosyntaxiques du galwa langue bantoue du Gabon et éléments pour un dictionnaire bilingue. Linguistique. Université Nancy 2, 2007. Français. ⟨NNT : 2007NAN21006⟩. ⟨tel-01750831⟩

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