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represents an English creole. However, only English is the official language, although there are nine government's-sponsored languages supported by the Bureau of Ghana Languages . The history of language policies in Ghanaian

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Creole languages. His lecturers included philologists Gusztáv Heinrich, Aurél Mayr, Emil Ponori Thewrewk. His linguistic competencies, profound knowledge of classic philology, sensitive approach to problems, wide-ranging research interests, and

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, T. ( 1988 ). Language contact, creolization, and genetic linguistics . Berkeley, California : University of California Press . C. Vladár , Z. ( 2021 ). A koppenhágai Demonstratio, és ami utána történt, Zsuzsa Constantinovitsné Vladár

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. Hume , Elizabeth and Georgios Tserdanelis . 2002 . Labial unmarkedness in Sri Lankan Portuguese creole . Phonology 19 . 441

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neutrality these days.” 21 This includes all kinds of differential identification of the participants of an event by means of identifying appositions. 22 Note that creole languages are not created out of the blue. They are formed on the basis of an input

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Acta Linguistica Academica
Authors:
Sabine Sommer-Lolei
,
Veronika Mattes
,
Katharina Korecky-Kröll
, and
Wolfgang U. Dressler

& Philadelphia, PA : John Benjamins . https://doi.org/10.1075/lald.66 . Mayerthaler , Willi . 1981 . Morphologische Natürlichkeit [Morphological naturalness] . Wiesbaden : Athenaion . McWhorter , John H . 2005 . Defining creole . Oxford : Oxford

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