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English in West Africa

February 19th, 2005 Comments Off on English in West Africa

The project focuses on the collection and description of lexical peculiarities and, to some degree, specific phonetic and phonological features of the English spoken in the six anglophone West African countries: Gambia, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Cameroon, and Nigeria.

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