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|Name:||Frederick Kang'ethe Iraki (IPA: iraki)|
|Institution:||United States International University|
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|Selected Publications:||2004 1.Cognitive efficiency: The sheng phenomenon in Kenya in PRAGMATICS. Sheng is a variety of Kiswahili spoken mainly in urban centres.
2.Le Modéle de Conflit et les temps verbaux in Cahiers de Linguistique Francaise 25. A theoretical model to explicate tenses in Kiswahili.
2003 A contrastive reading of temporal-aspectual morphemes in Swahili in Meaning through language contrast: The Cambridge papers, ed. K.M. Jaszczolt & K. Turner, published by John Benjamins.
|Courses Taught:||French language, literature, background studies|
|Dissertation Abstract:||Une lecture pragmatique des morphemes temporels du swahili|
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