Part of
Predication in African Languages
Edited by James Essegbey and Enoch O. Aboh
[Studies in Language Companion Series 235] 2024
► pp. 7498
References
Ameka, Felix & Essegbey, James
2006Elements of the Ewe grammar of space. In Grammars of Space: Cognitive Explorations in Cognitive Diversity, Stephen, Levinson C. & David, Wilkins P. (eds), 359–399. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Ameka, Felix K.
2007The coding of topological relations in verbs: The case of Likpe (Sεkpεlé). Linguistics 45(5part6): 1065–1103. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
1995The linguistic construction of space in Ewe. Cognitive Linguistics 6(2/3): 139–182. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
1991Ewe: Its Grammatical Constructions and Illocutionary Devices. PhD dissertation, Australian National University Canberra.
Ameka, Felix K., De Witte, Carlien & Wilkins, David
1999Picture series for positional verbs: Eliciting the verbal component in locative descriptions. In Manual for the 1999 Field Season, 48–54. Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.Google Scholar
Ameka, Felix. K. & Levinson, Steven C.
2007Introduction: The typology and semantics of locative predicates: Posturals, positionals, and other beasts. Linguistics 45(5part6): 847–871. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Atintono, Samuel A.
2022Lessons from the field: An insight into the documentation of Gurenɛ oral genres. In Descriptive and Theoretical Approaches to African linguistics: Selected Papers from the 49th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, Galen Sibanda, Deo Ngonyani, Jonathan Choti & Ann Biersteker (eds), 345–366. Berlin: Language Science Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2020Documenting Gurenε oral genres in Northern Ghana: Lessons from the field. In Handbook of the Mabia Languages of West Africa: GALDA VERLAG, Adams Bodomo, Hasiyatu Abubakari, Samuel Alhassan Issah (eds), 369–398. Germany.Google Scholar
2019The semantic properties of separation verbs in Gurenɛ. Journal of West African Languages 46(1): 1–31.Google Scholar
2015The semantics and metaphorical extensions of temperature terms in Gurenε. In The Linguistics of Temperature, Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm (ed), 70–102. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.Google Scholar
2013The Semantics and Grammar of Positional Verbs in Gurenɛ: A Typological Perspective. PhD dissertation, The University of Manchester.
2012The basic locative construction in Gurenɛ. In Proceedings of 6th World Congress of African Linguistics (WOCAL6), Cologne, 17–21 August 2009, Matthias Brenzinger & Anne-Maria Fehn (eds), 337–348. Cologne: RüdigerKöppe Verlag.Google Scholar
2011Verb Morphology: Phrase Structure in a Gur Language (Gurenɛ). Saarbrücken: LAP LAMBERT.Google Scholar
2005Serial verb constructions in Gurenɛ: An overview. Legon Journal of the Humanities 16: 55–71.Google Scholar
2004A Morpho-Syntactic Study of the Gurenɛ Verb. Mphil thesis, University of Ghana.
Bodomo, Adams
2020Mabia: Its etymological genesis, geographical spread, and some salient genetic features. In Handbook of the Mabia Languages of West Africa, Adams Bodomo, Hasiyatu Abubakari & Samuel Alhassan Issah (eds), 5–34. Germany: GALDA VERLAG.Google Scholar
Bowerman, Melissa & Pederson, Eric
1993Topological relations picture series. In Manual for the Space Stimuli Kit, Eve Danziger & Deborah Hill (eds), 1.2, 40–50.Google Scholar
Christaller, Johann Gottlieb
1933A dictionary of the Asante and Fante Language called Twi. Basel: Basel Evangelical Missionary Society.Google Scholar
Creissels, Dennis
2015Existential predication and trans-possessive constructions. Colloque international « La prédication existentielle dans les langues naturelles : valeurs et repérages, structures et modalités » INALCO (Paris) 10–11 avril 2015.
Dakubu, Kropp M. E.
1996A Grammar of Gurune. Legon: Language Centre.Google Scholar
Dolphyne, Florence Abena
1988The Akan (Twi-Fante) Language: Its Sound Systems and Tonal Structure. Accra: Ghana Universities Press.Google Scholar
Duthie, Alan. S.
1996Introducing Ewe Linguistic Patterns: A Textbook of Phonology, Grammar, and Semantics. Accra: Ghana University Press.Google Scholar
Eberhard, David M., Simons, Gary F. & Fennig, Charles D.
2020Ethnologue: Languages of the World. Twenty-third edition. Dallas, Texas: SIL Internal. Online version: [URL]
Essegbey, James
2010Locative constructions in Tutrugbu: Losing typological characteristics due to contact. The Journal of West African Languages 37(1): 93–118.Google Scholar
2005The basic locative construction in Gbe languages and Surinamese creoles. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 20(1): 229–269. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kpoglu, Promise D. & Patin, Cédric
2018Depressor consonants and the tones of Tɔŋúgbé. TAL2018, Sixth International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages, 18–20. Berlin: Germany.Google Scholar
Kpoglu, Promise D.
2019Possessive Constructions in Tongugbe, an Ewedialect. PhD dissertation, Université Charles de Lille/Universiteit Leiden.
Levinson, Stephen C. & Wilkins, David P.
2006Grammars of Space: Explorations in Cognitive Diversity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Nsoh, Avea Ephraim
1997Some Aspects of Gurune (Frafra) Nominal Structure. Master thesis, University of Ghana.
Osam, Kweku E., Marfo, Charles O. & Agyekum, Kofi
2013The morphophonology of the Akan reduplicated verb-form. Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies 9(2): 45–56.Google Scholar
Osam, Kweku E.
2008Akan as an aspectual language. In Aspect and Modality in Kwa Languages. [Typological Studies in Language Companion Series 100], Felix Ameka, & Mary Esther Kropp Dakubu (eds), 69–89. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Owusu, Edward, Agor, John, Adade-Yeboah, Asuamah & Dovlo, Kofi
2015Basic locative constructions and simple clause structures of English, Akan, and Safaliba. International Journal of Language and Linguistics 2(5):178–191.Google Scholar