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Oor strategiee vir die verbetering van die onderrig en assessering van mondelinge vaardighede in Afrikaans tweede taal.
This article researches the attitude of learners to the oral activities in the Afrikaans Second Language classroom. The apparent discrepancy between learners' communicative competence and the oral year mark awarded ...
Translation and commentary : Ma vie, mon Cri (Rachida Yacoubi)
Ce memoire est avant tout un travail de traduction. Le livre a traduire, Ma Vie, mon Cri de Rachida Yacoubi, est tres long (355 pages). 11 fallut beaucoup de travail, de revision et de discussion avec mes deux directrices ...
A syntactic analysis of Kinyarwanda applicatives.
"A syntactic Analysis of Kinyarwanda applicatives" is a study of the syntax of Kinyarwanda which focuses on applicatives. Applicatives are constructions in which the object of a preposition becomes the direct object of the ...
Standard versus non-standard isiZulu : a comparative study between urban and rural learners' performance and attitude.
In this study, standard and non-standard isiZulu varieties are compared and contrasted. While standard isiZulu is proved to be treasured, it is not very well known or spoken among young urban and rural isiZulu speaking ...
The role of the Hajee Ahmed Mahomed Lockhat Wakuff in the promotion of Arabic and Islamic studies.
The operative term in the title is "Wakuff'. It is an Arabic term, commonly used in the Muslim World, with pious implications deep-rooted in the sacred texts. (The Holy Qur'an and the Hadith). A Wakuff is an endowment in ...
Politeness : the case study of apologies and requests an inter-generation cross-sex study in the Hindu sector of the South African Indian English speaking community.
The aim of this study is to investigate politeness phenomena within the Hindu sector of the South African Indian English speaking community. The study focuses on the understanding of politeness within the target community ...
Drum readers then and now : a linguistic investigation of some of the ways in which readers' identities are contructed in two copies of Drum magazine in 1951 and 2001.
This dissertation explores how written discourses of Drum editors' and readers' letters linguistically construct social identities of the Drum audience, and how this identity construction is intimately linked with ...
Unaccusativity in Siswati.
No abstract available.