LINGUIST List 18.441|
Thu Feb 08 2007
Qs: Kikongo and Kimbundu Dialect Studies
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1. Joseph T.
Kikongo and Kimbundu Dialect Studies
Message 1: Kikongo and Kimbundu Dialect Studies
From: Joseph T. Farquharson <jtfarquharsonyahoo.co.uk>
Subject: Kikongo and Kimbundu Dialect Studies
I would like to know if anyone is aware of any studies which treat dialect
differences (phonological) in Kikongo and/or Kimbundu. This could either be
current work or old stuff. The older the better.
Thanks in advance for any insights.
Subject Language(s): Mbundu (kmb)
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