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The Categorical Status and Functions of Auxiliaries in Shona
(Allex Project, 2006)
The study examines auxiliaries in Shona. One of the most problematic issues when dealing with auxiliaries not only in Shona but also in many languages of the world is the question of their categorical status. This study ...
Adoption and Adaptation in Shona
(Allex Project, 2002)
Effectiveness of the Blended Supervision Model: A Case Study of Student Teachers Learning to Teach in High Schools of Zimbabwe
(University of Zimbabwe: Human Resources Research Centre (HRRC), 2006-12)
The main idea behind this research work was to come up with a model of students’ supervision that emancipates the student teacher and simultaneously makes the student feel that he/she has a chance given to him to learn how ...
Japan's Official Development Assistance Policy in a Perspective of Southern Africa's Millenium Development
(Institute of Development Economies, Japan External Trade Organisation, 2004-09)
Linguistic Variation in Shona with Special Reference to Monolingual Dictionaries
(Bureau of the WAT, 2003)
This article focuses on the problems lexicographers of monolingual dictionaries face when dealing with a language characterised by differences associated with geographical variation. The article specifically seeks to explore ...
Turn-Taking In Ndebele: An Application Of Conversation Analysis
This paper will demonstrate the extent to which conversation analysis, especially turn taking applies in Ndebele. The paper will first test whether conversation analysis is a method or theory. It however, has largely been ...
Annual Report 2005 "African Languages Lexical Project (ALLEX)"
(African Languages Research Institute (ALRI), University of Zimbabwe, 2006)
The Impact of Translation Activities on the Development of African Languages in Multilingual Societies: Shona–Ndebele–English Musical Terms Dictionary, A Case Study
The article examines the impact of translation activities on the development of African languages in a multi-lingual Zimbabwean society. It analyzes Shona musical terms that were created through translation processes and ...
Lexicographical Developments in the Shona Language as Reflected in Making of the Duramanzwi Guru reChishona (DGS)
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2002)
This article traces lexicographical developments in Shona, one of the major languages of Zimbabwe, with particular focus on corpus building and the role the corpus has played in Shona lexicography in the past hundred or ...