10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUBSTRATAL»
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Africanisms in Afro-American Language Varieties
that creolists are most likely to accept as proof of substratal influence. That is, the
best case for substratal influence is made when a particular phenomenon cannot
be accounted for in any other way. However, the substratal input most likely to ...
Salikoko S. Mufwene, Nancy Condon, 1993
Current Approaches to African Linguistics
It is this question of substratal influence that I wish to address in this paper. To
begin with, I wish to argue that extended pidgins reflect greater substratal
influence than do creoles. Some examples of extended pidgins - the term comes
When interference of such a language in the development of Arabic is claimed,
one speaks of substratal influence. This influence is much harder to prove than
that of an adstratal language. Phenomena that appear in a certain region and
C. H. M. Versteegh, Kees Versteegh, 2001
Creole Genesis, Attitudes and Discourse: Studies Celebrating ...
Secondly, with respect to substratal influence, I suppose that creole languages
inherit some aspects of discourse structure from their pidgin predecessor.
Masuda (1995a, 1996a) argues that pidgin discourse retains the linear
structuring of ...
John R. Rickford, Suzanne Romaine, 1999
Homer's Winged Words: The Evolution of Early Greek Epic ...
that some of these biforms are the Greek outcomes of early loan words, both
substratal loans from the indigenous language(s) and adstratal loans from Africa,
Egypt, Asia Minor, and the Near East. Owing to the paucity of evidence, the
Pidginization and Creolization: The Case of Arabic
the dialects show many differences, not only 'independent differences' — these
could be explained with substratal influence, cf. below —— but also 'related
differences', i.e. those instances where dialects chose different solutions for one
Kees Versteegh, C. H. M. Versteegh, 1984
Development and Structures of Creole Languages: Essays in ...
In fact, substratal fossilizations are obvious at all linguistic levels. At the
phonological level, AE is clearly marked by a numberof interlingual
approximations resulting from the virtual absence of glides and the nonexistence
of /v/, /f/, /δ/, /θ/, /r/, ...
Francis Byrne, Thom Huebner, 1991
Jewish and Non-Jewish Creators of "Jewish" Languages: With ...
native speakers could hardly identify it by then; see the discussion of substratal
erosion in Yiddish and Judeo-Spanish, §2(a).51 Heterogeneous adstratal
sources of enrichment unique to the Jewish variant could, in theory, expand the ...
Creoles, Their Substrates, and Language Typology
Bantu substratal influence in Garifuna is not obviously widespread, but there are
at least a few clearly identifiable Bantu lexical items in Garifuna - mutu 'person,
people' in (33) is one of them. Garifuna may well have transmitted more African ...
If I Could Turn My Tongue Like that: The Creole of Pointe ...
While this does not rule out the possibility of substratal influence, it does offer a
plausible alternative explanation that makes recourse to substratal models less
compelling.47 A third verbal structure that has substratal parallels is a type of ...
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Four tracks in, the epochal Shadow Journal is the album's classical/electronic equilibrium, a piercing fusion of harpsichord, viola and substratal synthetic pulse; ... «The Quietus, Oct 14»
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The best among them have the smile and demeanor of a greeter at The Ritz-Carlton and, at the same time, the substratal toughness of an agent of the Mossad, ... «Caymanian Compass, May 14»