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Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies publishes articles on a wide range of linguistic topics and acts as a forum for research into ALL the languages of southern Africa, including English and Afrikaans. Original contributions are welcomed on any of the core areas of Linguistics, both theoretical (e.g. syntax, phonology, sematics) and applied (e.g. sociolinguistic topics, language teaching, language policy).

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Vol 33, No 3 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction: Phonetics and phonology in Bantu EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nancy C Kula, Maxwell Kadenge ii-v
The classical laws and rules in Bantu languages: How plausible are they? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Herman Batibo 247–260
Mid vowel assimilation in siSwati EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Gloria B Malambe 261–272
Cumulative effects in Xitsonga: High-tone spreading and depressor consonants EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Seunghun J Lee 273–290
Prosodic stems in Zezuru Shona EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Laura J Downing, Maxwell Kadenge 291–305
Mental representation of tonal spreading in Bemba: Evidence from elicited production and perception EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nancy C Kula, Bettina Braun 307–323
The development of phonological awareness literacy measures for isiXhosa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Maxine Diemer, Kristin van der Merwe, Mark de Vos 325–341
Optimal register variation: High vowel elision in siSwati EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Carolyn Harford, Gloria B Malambe 343–357
A typological perspective on Bantu nominal tone: The case of Ikoma-Nata-Isenye in western Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lotta Aunio 359–371
Vowel length (in)sensitivity in Luyia morphophonology EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kristopher J Ebarb, Michael R Marlo 373–390


Southern African Journal of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies.   ISSN: 1607-3614
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